- Journalist, Kevin Taylor, says the School Feeding Coordinator threatened to expose the first lady and Chief of Staff
- Kevin alleges that Getrude Quarshigah was reinstated because of this threat
- The Minister for Gender described her previous termination letter as an “administrative error”
Broadcast Journalist, Kevin Taylor, is alleging that the reinstatement of the School Feeding boss was because she threatened to leave some information regarding the First Lady, Rebecca Akufo-Addo, MyNewsGH reports.
“This woman told them point blank that if they have sacked her, she will leak a lot of information on some corrupt dealings of the Chief of Staff and the First Lady. That was when they called Adwoa Safo to reverse the termination,” he stated.
The Minister for Gender and Social Protection, Adwoa Sarfo, had earlier terminated the contract of Getrude Quarshiga as the National Coordinator for the School Feeding Program. The reasons for the termination were not made known.
A day after the termination, the minister sent another letter reinstating the National Coordinator. Adwoa Sarfo described her earlier termination letter as an “administrative error”.
In other news
Police at Pokuase in the Greater Accra region has rounded up 33 suspected prostitutes across the district.
A profiling of these suspects show that a majority of them (between 20 and 25) are foreigners predominantly from Nigeria.
This exercise was carried out by the District Police Commander, Deputy Superintendent of Police (DSP) Dickson Obeng, with support from the Immigration Service, National Disaster Management Organization (NADMO), and a task force from the Ga North Municipal Assembly.
So far, hundreds of makeshift structures housing these alleged prostitutes have also been demolished.
The police claimed that the structures in which the suspects resided also served as the hideouts for drug peddlers, robbers, and minors who are sexually exploited.
Twenty-one people suspected to be members of the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer, Intersex (LGBTQIA) community have been remanded by a Circuit Court in Ho. The 21 people, consisting of 16 females and five males, were remanded into police custody on Friday, May 21, 2021.
According to a statement by the Volta Regional Command of the Ghana Police Service, the suspects were remanded after being put before the court over an unlawful assembly.
The group, the statement revealed, was arrested while they were having a conference at the Nurses and Midwives Hotel n the Volta Regional capital of Ho on Thursday, May 20, 2021.
Source: Yen Newspaper