Gabby Asare Otchere-Darko, the founder of the Danquah Institute is leading calls for certain NADMO officials to lose their jobs after some expired food items were distributed to flood victims in the Upper West Region
The items were supplied by the National Disaster Management Organisation (NADMO).
He posted on Facebook: "When you serve flood victims expired goods, your job also deserves to expire. You don’t treat victims and the
NADMO has already initiated a move to immediately withdraw the expired cooking oil and supply the flood victims with new ones.
According to NADMO, the expired cooking oil had been isolated at the warehouse in Wa awaiting authentication by the internal auditor, before they could be disposed-off.
Meanwhile, the opposition National Democratic Congress (NDC) in the Upper West Region have called for investigations into how the food items distributed by Vice President
Cooking oil and rice were among food items distributed to flood victims in Wa and Sissala East municipalities by the Vice President during his visit to the region on Saturday.
But while some of the cooking oil seen by Graphic Online had September 10, 2018, as expiry date, the rice
Some beneficiaries of the items have since complained about having suffered various health conditions, including stomach upset, upon the consumption of the food items.
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