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GETFund’s 18-classroom project in Tema to be locked up if GHS500,000 debt is unpaid

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Contractor and creditor for 18-classroom blocks under the GETFund project, Amo Enterprise, threatens to re-lock TI Ahmadiya School classrooms in Tema over unpaid GH¢500,000 since project completion three years ago.

Mba Aduku Abarighi, project engineer, states the company locked classrooms on April 30, 2024, due to GETFund’s inaction. However, they discovered classrooms reopened without consultation amid GETFund’s silence.

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Amo Enterprise plans to re-lock classrooms to protest non-payment by the government.

TI Ahmadiyya School was locked on April 30, 2024, for non-payment of owed funds.

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Amo Enterprise claims the government has ignored pleas for payment, leading to the school’s closure.

The project, costing GH¢1 million, received an initial GH¢500,000 payment from the government.

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The delayed payment was due to a two-year government review of project pricing.

Amo Enterprise faced further frustration when their certificate went missing at GETFund’s office.

They suspect deliberate obstruction from officials.

Persistent bank harassment over outstanding loans adds to their distress.

The project, initiated in 2019 and completed in October 2021, suffered from funding delays despite visible government spending.

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