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After SADA, GYEEDA Chop Chop, rLG Again?

Source: Al-Hajj

Scheme for another ICT project for PWDs

After wantonly and corruptibly dissipating the tax-payers money in both the SADA and GYEEDA scandals, the rlg is yet again said to be at the forefront of another corrupt activities. This time, the focus of the company is on resources belonging to people with disability.

An open letter written to our managing editor, Alhaji Bature Iddrissu by one Isaac Mensah a disabled, recounted the harrowing attempts at shortchanging them by the Roland Agambire’s rlg.

According to the letter to our editor, getting to the of the 2012 General election , Government initiated a project of training persons with disability in ICT , and the said contract was given to RLG. He said, although 5000 persons with disability were selected across the entire Country for the project people trained were far less than 5000 number.

“At the end of the training all our colleagues who have taken part in the training have bitterly complained that the training was of no benefit but rather a waste of the tax payers money and have vowed not to take part in such unproductive training any-more,” the letter stated.

The letter stated that they were therefore surprised when recently an Officer from the National Disability Council with the name Amanoebea “was going round with RLG officials convincing our people to advocate for the training again which we are seriously against”.

“We are calling on you to use all avenues to make it known to the Sector Minister and the whole public about this plan of this woman from the Disable Council which we are more than convince that has been given a huge amount of money by RLG to front and convince our people… to our surprise this woman we understand is the Executive Secretary of the Disability Council but our checks have indicated that the Council is having an Ag Executive Secretary but not the said woman.

“To us we thought it wise that what she is doing is more or less undermining our integrity and that of the Ministry and will be happy if your outfit can bring this to public domain as a matter of urgency.

The letter warned that “we want to state here that we are seriously planning to hit the street very soon to prove to the entire nation that we are not ready for a project that will not be of benefit and also to expose the bad habit of the woman”. The letter concluded. Stay tuned.

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