GNAT executives allegedly embezzled GH¢ 200,000.00 in the Eastern region

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Ghana National Association of Teachers (GNAT)

Ghana National Association of Teachers (GNAT) Executives at East Akim and Atiwa District allegedly fingered in GH¢ 200,000.00 scandals Mutual funds in Eastern Region.

The Executives involved in Embezzled the mutual funds are vying for Eastern Regional GNAT positions. Mr. Amo Johnson Anom the then Atiwa – East Akim Chairman, Mr. Patrick Boison, the then Atiwa East Akim Vice Chairman accused of GH¢ 200,000.00 mutual fund to purchase 50 acres of land bought was demarcated into 220 plots so that GNAT members within the Atiwa – East Akim District could purchase these plots of land.

Information indicated that, instead of the GH¢ 200,000.00 loan secured has paid into Atiwa East Akim GNAT District account, the monies were diverted into different account where Mr. Patrick Boison and Mr. Amo Johnson Anom were the only signatories to the said account although the loan was secured in the name of Atiwa East Akim GNAT District.

However only 49 plots of the land have been purchased by the teachers. Also some teachers although have made part payment for the plots, they have not been given any plots. Furthermore, some of the teachers who have fully paid their monies and have been given their plots of land cannot access the site because there is litigation on the land.

The members of the association are demanding urgent address within the stipulate time or action will be taken against the association Executives and the mutual fund to show their displeasure of injustice meted out to GNAT in Atiwa and East Akim and every contributor of the mutual fund.

Mr. Amo Johnson Anom and Mr. Patrick Boison are warn not to aspire for any executive position in the Eastern Region

The members are calling Economic and Organise Crime Office (EOCO) to amicably intervene in the issue before August, 4th to 6th 2021 Elections in Eastern Region, Koforidua.

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