负责公共采购的国务大臣萨拉·阿德沃·萨福（Sarah Adwoa Safo）表示，尽管她获得了加纳教育信托基金（GETFund）奖学金，用于哈佛肯尼迪学校的培训计划，这是此事媒体出版物的“基调”企图抹黑”她作为Dome Kwabenya的国会议员（MP）的声誉。
除萨福女士外，审计长报告中指定的其他受益者包括国家课程与评估委员会执行秘书阿玛亲王博士。阿玛亲王发表声明说，他应得的。教育部长马修·奥普库·普伦佩（Dr Mathew Opoku Prempeh）也发表声明说，他从2014年受益，而不是担任国务卿。就业和劳动关系部长伊格纳修斯·巴弗尔·阿瓦阿（Ignatius Barfour Awuah）尚未就此事发表声明。
Sarah Adwoa Safo, Secretary of State for Public Procurement, said that although she was awarded a Ghana Education Trust Fund (GETFund) scholarship for a training program at Harvard Kennedy School, this is a media publication The "keynote" of the object attempts to discredit "her reputation as a member of Parliament (MP) of Dome Kwabenya.
In addition to Ms. Suffolk, other beneficiaries specified in the Auditor-General's report include Dr. Amama, Executive Secretary of the National Curriculum and Assessment Board. Prince Arma issued a statement saying he deserved it. Education Minister Dr Mathew Opoku Prempeh also issued a statement saying he benefited from 2014 instead of being Secretary of State. The Minister of Employment and Labor Relations, Ignatius Barfour Awuah, has not issued a statement on the matter.
The incident caused social media outrage among some Ghanaians. Responding to these publications, Ms. Suffolk said that she had received the attention of various media, "I received a scholarship from the Ghana Education Trust to study at Harvard Kennedy School in 2014."
She said that the "keynote of the above publications" was "an erroneous attempt to discredit my reputation as a member of parliament and the Secretary of State and make me a selfish public official." The deputy majority leader of Congress also stated that the purpose of obtaining GETFund support was " Participating in a program at Harvard Kennedy School allows me to better serve my constituents, parliament, and the state, "and urges the public" to ignore the publication and treat it with the contempt it deserves. "