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Chairman Arrested on Alledged Missing Fertilizers: Where are the Fertilizers

NDC Chairman (Sissala) and co on police list for the vanishing of fertilizers. Some staff at the Sunyani Municipal Assembly also involved.

Chairman Arrested on Alledged Missing Fertilizers: Where are the FertilizersSome staff at the Sunyani Municipal Assembly in the Brong Ahafo Region are under scrutiny for the vanishing of a few sacks of sponsored fertilizers from a stockroom in Sunyani.

Furthermore, the Chairman of the National Democratic Congress (NDC) Sissala East was as of late arrested for participating in a comparative offense, the Ministry for Food and Agriculture has said.

No additional data about the suspects was given by the Ministry but to state that the case is at present at the National Headquarters of the Criminal Investigations Department (CID) of the Ghana Police Service, as indicated by explanation.

It pursued a report that somewhere in the range of 50,000 metric huge amounts of sponsored manure worth $12 million implied for the administration's Planting for Food and Jobs program, had disappeared.

The announcement, notwithstanding, portrayed as "truthfully incorrect" a prior report recommending that the measure of $12m dollars said to be misfortunes, brought about because of sneaking of fertilizers under the lead Planting for nourishment and employments program.

"What the Minister said amid the spending hearing was that throughout the years the nation had not possessed the capacity to evaluate in fiscal terms the genuine misfortunes being brought about because of manures being pirated outside Ghana to neighboring nations, for example, Burkina Faso and Togo."

"The Minister at that point proceeded to clarify that under the present organization, endeavors had been made to measure the cost which added up to about $12m dollars, which converts into around 50,000 metric tons," the Ministry's announcement clarified.

It yields that around 50 trucks of completely stacked manures, which were purportedly being pirated to neighboring Burkina Faso, were appropriated in the Upper West Region amidst this year including that, "endeavors are being made to nip the horrendous exercises of these compost carrying cartels in the bud."

"...stringent endeavors have been made to abridge the awful episodes which had turned into the standard in earlier years. Through watchfulness and far reaching observing, a few captures have been made and examinations are at present progressing."

"We, in this way, bid to the overall population to participate with us by announcing any demonstration of doubt for the important move to be made," the Ministry offered.

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