The one who needs help is the person who stretches his long hand for support and after the support has been granted,
he or she becomes a hero or heroine afterwards and that could be the words case scenario of three Ghanaian medical students who have been solely sponsored with tax payers money for further studies while treacherously while stabbing the people at their backs.
A very mind bugging news had broken of three ungrateful nurses who after state sponsored programmes to further up their education, have intentionally squandered everything from their coffers while going into total hiding to avoid being caught. Ghanaian people have gotten the winds of the news about these particular individuals after the Public Accounts Committee of Parliament unveiled their diabolical agenda.
Parliament has therefore directed that such persons who could be described as nation wreckers be brought before it to answer a wide range of issues surrounding their suspicious activities in matters relating to how they were able to embezzle that large quantum of money without rendering any coherent accounts.
The Chairman of the Public Accounts Committee, PAC, Dr. James Klutsey Avedzi, has fiercely directed the management bodies of the three hospitals under whose jurisdictions such miscreants were sponsored by government. He has therefore asked their managements to lodge an official complaints with the Ghana Police officials for the timely arrest of the guarantors of the three former staff who failed willfully to honour their bonds after receiving enormous supports their facilities.
The Public Accounts Committee, PAC, gave the stern directive yesterday during the committee’s sitting in Accra through the chairman of the Committee, Dr. James Klutsey Avedzi. According to him, such a bold and audacious step, will inarguably, compel the beneficiaries of refund all the money spent on their studies by the state.
The Chief Executive Officer, CEO, of the Korle Bu Teaching Hospital, Dr. Opoku Oware Ampomah, through the human resources manager, stated that, the Korle Bu Teaching Hospital alone, spent Ghc 84.000 on one; Anita Okyere Darko for further studies while some huge colossal amounts were also doled out from other remaining hospitals for their sponsorships.
The three nurses included the former staff of the Korle Bu Teaching Hospital, Accra Psychiatrist Hospital and, Nkwawie Toaso Hospital, in the Ashanti region of Ghana respectively.