YEA Disassociates Itself From Akatsi Murder Saga
The Youth Employment Agency (YEA) has disassociated itself from the much-talked-about murder of Elizabeth Yesutor at Akatsi in the Volta Region.
According to the YEA, it has no position such as Deputy Director at its district level.
In a communique sighted by ThinkNews Online, it said "Firstly, the Agency doesn't have any administrative position like a 'Deputy Director' at the District Level, thus there is no position like that. Secondly, the suspect Philip Caesar Kumah was a staff engaged on contract to aid in our Monitoring and Evaluation activities in the Ajatsi South District, not Akatsi North. Thirdly, his contract has expired and is under review and consideration for renewal.
The communique mentioned that management has gotten to the Volta Regional Director of the Agency who is obtaining detailed information and facts on the matter to inform further actions.
The YEA also added that the case is now a criminal matter involving the suspect (privately) and the Ghana Police Service.
The Agency further urged all and sundry to allow the law to take its course.
Below is a copy of the release:
Story by: Joshua Kwabena Smith