Acting Headmistress Of School For The Blind Allegedly Close World Vision Bank Account

It is allegedly believed the current Acting Headmistress Elizabeth Korkor Amanor and the school's bursar Mr Atta Kwarteng are attempting to destroy any traceable evidence that could lead to the discovery of detailed data of all monies that has been in and out of that World Vision account; which in itself can uncover the fraudulent transactions the World Vision account has been used for. Concerned blind students are therefore calling on authorities to wake up and investigate the sudden closure of this World Vision bank account that has been active but dormant for years.

Acting Headmistress Elizabeth Korkor Amanor Of Akropong School For The Blind Allegedly Closes Down World Vision Bank Account.

Amidst recent heated demonstrations by the blind students against Madame Mahela Narh of alleged mismanagement of schools funds and donated items leading to poor academic performances, it has become clear that there are more ‘rots’ hidden in the allegations being levelled against the headmistress.

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The accused headmistress herself is currently alleged to be suspended with Elizabeth Korkor Amanor, GES Akwapim North Municipal Director as Acting Headmistress.

Meanwhile, it has been alleged that the current Acting Headmistress herself is a beneficiary of the alleged diverted food items and funds perpetuated by the suspended headmistress; Mahela Narh.

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Acting Headmistress Of School For The Blind Allegedly Closes World Vision Bank Account
headmistress of Akropong School For The Blind, Madame Mahela Narh – alleged to be on suspension now

A tip-off reaching nsemka.com is alleging that World Vision has been supporting the Akropong School For The Blind since 1980.

World Vision approached the school with a proposal to build some school blocks to support the school’s infrastructure.

A special bank account was therefore opened by World Vision for this proposed school building project where funding for the building project was to be credited. This account is different from the school’s main bank account.

The allegation continues that after the project, which is the current block b, was completed and handed over to the school’s administration, World Vision did not close the account they opened for the project. They left the account ‘active’ but dormant for future projects.

Some students of the school are strongly alleging that the currently alleged suspended headmistress Madame Mahela Narh has been using the active but dormant World Vision account for ‘fraudulent’ money transfers and diversions.

The allegation insists that she has been diverting some donations meant for the blind school into the World Vision account for her personal questionable transactions.

On 26th May, just a few days after Elizabeth Korkor Amanor, GES Akwapim North Municipal Director was allegedly installed as Acting Headmistress, accompanied by the school’s bursar, Mr Atta Kwarteng, she went forth to close that World Vision bank account.

It is allegedly believed the current Acting Headmistress Elizabeth Korkor Amanor and the school’s bursar Mr Atta Kwarteng are attempting to destroy any traceable evidence that could lead to the discovery of detailed data of all monies that has been in and out of that World Vision account; which in itself can uncover the fraudulent transactions the World Vision account has been used for.

Concerned blind students are therefore calling on authorities to wake up and investigate the sudden closure of this World Vision bank account that has been active but dormant for years.

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