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The National Food Suppliers Association (NAFSA) in a press release signed by Mr. Kwaku Amedume, the Spokesperson, have told the Minister for Education that, they all deserve to be treated equally because, they have also worked for the government, whether through Commodity Exchange or National Buffer Stock Company.

“We are reliably informed that, the 2023 arrears owed to suppliers have been released to the Ministry of Education for disbursement, but only those who have supplied through Commodity Exchange are the people being paid and our members who did their supply through National Food Buffer Stock Company are left to their fate”.

The Association says, they are struggling to come to terms with how the Ministry of Education is currently disbursing the 2023 arrears to ONLY those who have supplied foodstuffs for the period through Commodity Exchange to the neglect of their members who had also supplied foodstuffs since January 2023, through the National Food Buffer Stock Company.

“We are, by this release, serving notice and notice is hereby served to the Ministry of Education and National Food Buffer Stock Company that, if we do not receive all our arrears for both 2022 and 2023 within 14 days after this notice, we will advise ourselves”.

The National Food Suppliers Association have already received part payment of the 2022 arrears owed members but, are still awaiting to receive the balance on the 17th of August 2023 as promised by the Minister of Food and Agriculture.

“Special thanks goes to the Minister of Food and Agriculture, Hon Brian Acheapong, for his intervention that led to the recovery of a part of our 2022 arrears”.

 

 

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