Rotary Club challenges Gov’t for using its Funded School Project as part of its Achievements

A member of a fully funded and completed school project at Soronoase- Kwaedendem has questioned the decision by the government to add their fully funded project to their achievements.

Mr Kofi Owusu Debrah, who saw the project at the Education category of government’s newly launched infrastructure website took the issue to his Facebook page to demand answers.

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According to him, he led the team to Commission the fully completed project in September 2019.

He added that it’s a single project and not two as indicated by government on its website.

He argued that Rotary is a non Political service organization and should be recognized as such.

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“Folks, this is fully funded completed Rotary school project for which I led the project management team to implement it. It been commissioned and in use by the pupils since September 2019. It’s 1, not 2 projects.”

“Search Soronoase-Kwaedendem school project and see the results. Rotary is a non-political service organization and we deserve to be respected as that. Whoever misled the government is dishonest.”

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