Assibit received GH¢53,000 for GYEEDA consultancy services

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Led in evidence by Mrs Marina Appiah-Opare, a Principal State Attorney, Mr Pelpuo said the management of the NYEP, at one of its meetings to plan for the feasibility study requested by the World Bank, recommended that a budget of GH¢104,000 be allocated for the project.

‘However, the auditor of the organisation approved only GH¢59,000, for which I signed the payment voucher prepared in my name in the presence of Mr Assibit,’ he said.

He added that his boss, Mr Pele, had, in 2010, introduced Assibit as a consultant who would help the NYEP to develop sustainable job plans and outsource for funding.

‘The project was to target young graduates to take up entrepreneurship, instead of seeking job placement,’ he said.

He said Mr Pele directed him to work with Assibit, with whom the management of the NYEP subsequently signed a memorandum of understanding.

‘We, however, later had to abandon the agreement when Abuga Pele, in a meeting, informed us that the government had intimated that it was in the process of securing a $64-million World Bank facility to accomplish the same purpose,’ he said.  

The court adjourned the case to today to allow defence counsel to cross-examine Pelpuo.

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