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Government paid GHC245,000 for this wooden kindergarten structure in BA

Head of Policy Unit and Energy Policy Advisor at the Africa Centre for Energy Policy (ACEP), Dr Ismael Ackah, is alleging that GHC245,000 has been spent on an uncompleted wooden structure school.

The school, according to Dr Ackah, is a kindergarten at Dormaa Central in the Brong Ahafo Region and was given to a contractor in 2016 at the cost of GHC245,000.

The source of the money? From the oil revenue.

He was quoted by Joy FM journalist, Israel Laryea, in a tweet on Saturday as saying.

Dr Ackah has been addressing the Editors Liaison on how Ghana's oil money was being used.

He spoke o the topic "Transparency and Accountability issues surrounding oil & gas sector."

Disclosure, clarity, and accuracy is the circle needed to enhance transparency in the Oil and gas sector, he said.

Source: Pulse Ghana

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