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We’ll haul Education Minister to Parliament over GH¢84m free Wi-Fi deal – Apaak

A Deputy Ranking Member of Parliament’s Education Committee, Dr Clement Apaak has disclosed that steps would be taken to summon the Education Minister, Dr Yaw Osei Adutwum to Parliament regarding the free Wi-Fi to Senior High Schools.

Minority MPs are demanding that the Minister addresses unresolved questions about the free Wi-Fi contract.

Speaking on the Super Morning Show on Monday, June 10, Dr Clement Apaak said the Minister will be brought before the plenary if he fails to appear before the Committee.

Dr Apaak revealed that, he has been pursuing the Minister for answers about this deal for three years without success.

He emphasised the urgency of resolving the matter and the need for transparency in the Minister’s dealings.

The Builsa South MP reiterated the Minority’s commitment to holding all individuals involved in the free Wi-Fi deal accountable.

He stressed that the Minister’s prolonged avoidance of the issue has only heightened the need for a thorough investigation.

“When we resume tomorrow [Tuesday], I will speak to my leadership and I believe the committee of education now has a justifiable basis to wheel in the minister to respond to these questions before the committee and if he refuses to do so, then, we will have no choice than to file a motion to the speaker asking for him to be brought to answer the questions that I posed that he should have answered two-three years ago,” he said.


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