CID begins investigations into alleged corruption in school feeding in Ashanti Region
The Criminal Investigations Department (CID) of the Ghana Police Service has commenced investigations into an alleged corruption in the school feeding program in the Ashanti Region.
About fifty three high schools in the region are reported to be engaging in corrupt practices on the program.
In a letter addressed to the GES Regional Director, the Service listed 53 schools to be investigated for alleged corruption in implementing the Free SHS Feeding Programme.
According to the Deputy Director-General, Anthony Boateng, the CID has informed GES about the ongoing investigation.Read more