NPP Constituency Executives ‘Forcefully’ Terminate Appointments Of Feeding Program Caterers

    /    Jan 11, 2017   /     NewsBreak, Politics  /    0 Comments  /    231 Views
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Some New Patriotic Party Constituency Executives across the country have ‘forcefully’ terminated the appointments of Caterers of the School Feeding Program.

The constituency executives have written letters to either the various school heads or the education directorates to relay the message to the various Caterers.

The NPP Constituency Organiser  for North Dayi in the Volta regoin, Emmanuel Amefianuame in a letter addressed to the District Director of Education for North Dayi and copied to sixteen (16) schools in the district informed them that “their appointments cease effective Tuesday [10th January, 2017]”.

The letter said the decision was to “enable government re-organize the program in order to ensure more and organised efficiency in its administration.”

It further announced to the Caterers that they were at will to re-apply at the appropriate time.

“All interested Caterers are at will to re-apply for consideration if they so desire”.

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In Ashanti Region, Caterers of  some schools have as well being notified to halt the provision of their services also effective Tuesday, 10th January, 2017.

Constituency Secretary for Offinso South,  Nsiah Boakye Andrews in a letter dated 9th January, 2017  addressed to the Head Teacher and Caterer of a school not indicated in the letter asked that the feeding program be halted until further notice.

“You are hereby informed by this letter to halt on providing service in the School Feeding Program with the schools with effect from tomorrow, 10th January, 2017 until further notice.”

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Its however unclear what the officials of the School Feeding Program’s stance is on this matter or even whether the party executives are acting on isolation or simply taking orders from above.

More Soon.

Source: Suraya Alidu Malititi | kapital971.com

 

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