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For him, there was no justification for it, as he said, ‘It is very obvious that government officials are rushing the new modules and seeking new service providers because doing so creates room for misappropriating public funds in the name of the programme.’
He therefore did not find any other believable explanation for what he described as ‘this unhealthy determination to so quickly rush through new GYEEDA modules or engage new service providers when there have not been correction of the institutional weaknesses that permitted the wanton corruption of public funds.’
For this reason, he said ‘government must freeze these GYEEDA modules and rather focus on reforming the operation of GYEEDA.’
He subsequently tasked government to propose the needed changes to Parliament and get a customised and appropriate legal framework spelling out the dos and don’ts of the programme before engaging any new service providers or running any modules for the GYEEDA programme.
This sudden u-turn by government therefore comes as a relief to the MP and others who raised issues with the latest decision to advertise for bids for an entirely new ICT module.
By Charles Takyi-Boadu
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