Member of Parliament for North Tongu, Samuel Okudzeto Ablakwa has denied claims that his wife benefitted from the GetFund Scholarship.
This week, GetFund has dominated headlines after an Auditor General’s report that brought to light Members of Parliament who have been given scholarships meant for the needy was exposed.
Persons who have benefitted from the scheme meant for the poor included family members of Politicians, Member of Parliament and children of some astute politicians.
However, in a post on his Facebook page, the North Tongu Legislator denied claims made by some worker of Ghana’s Jubilee house that his wife benefitted from the scheme.
He said “Their dubious GNPC Scholarship list didn’t work so they have moved to our spouses.
My dear wife has at no point applied or been the recipient of any Government of Ghana scholarship.
If I may, do leave out the name of our Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ from your abhorrently sinful propaganda!
Presidential Staffers should not be descending to this pathetic low levels and subjecting the high seat of government to such utter ridicule”.