We Haven't Petitioned Akufo Addo To Sack Adwoa Safo - School Feeding Caterers

We Haven't Petitioned Akufo Addo To Sack Adwoa Safo - School Feeding Caterers

 

 

Ghana National School Feeding Caterers Association GNSFCA has denied media reports that it has petitioned President Akufo Addo to remove the Minister of Gender, Children and Social Protection, Sara Adwoa Safo on the basis of incompetence and arrogance. According to the association, no such indication has been given or action

 

taken against the minister. The association made this known in a statement following the news reports that a formal complaint has been made to President Akufo Addo by the caterers to have the minister removed. The media reports also indicated that the caterers cited the minister’s refusal to sign their order for the payment &

 

 

unavailability to meet with them as actions warranting her removal. But a statement signed by President of the Ghana National Feeding Caterers Association, Asana Salifu, said no such statement has been made by any member at the behest of the Ghana School Feeding Caterers Association and hence, we distance ourselves

 

 

unreservedly from the story in circulation. Concerning the payment of monies owed them, the association said it is aware that the approval for payment to caterers in all 16 regions was given by the minister, but the delay is being experienced from the end of the Ghana Interbank Payment and Settlement Systems Limited GHIPSS, by

 

 

the Controller and Accountant General’s Department which is expected before the close of the week. To date, the leadership of the Ghana School Feeding Caterers Association is happy with the work of Honorable Sarah Adwoa Safo, the first of which was the comprehensive audit of the workings of the National School Feeding

 

 

Program right after she was appointed as Minister. We also therefore categorically condemn the mischievous statements also made in the media by some so-called nameless and faceless caterers of our association, the statement noted. The association gave assurances that it will continue to work with ministry to ensure a smooth running of the programme.