Organisers Of ‘The Spelling Bee-Gh’ Warn Parents Of Fraudster

Spelling Bee is a competition in which contestants are asked to spell a broad selection of words, usually with a varying degree of difficulty

The Young Educators Foundation, organisers of The Spelling Bee-Gh, has warned parents and guardians of a man who is claiming to own the programme.

According to a statement released by the Young Educators Foundation on July 2, 2020, the man has been identified as Majid Abdallah-Williams.

“It has come to the attention of Young Educators Foundation, organisers of The Spelling Bee-Gh, that one Majid Abdallah-Williams, who lists his place(s) of work as Accra Digital Centre and Main Events Companies, is passing off The Spelling Bee-Gh programme as his company’s.”

The organisers stated that Majid Abdallah-Williams informs unsuspecting parents of would-be participants that his spelling competition has been sending children from Ghana to the Scripps Spelling Bee in the USA.

“This is totally false and untrue. He also goes on to deceive the said parents into thinking that his sponsors are the same sponsors of The Spelling Bee-Gh,” the statement read.

The Young Educators Foundation also indicated that they hold the exclusive rights to send Ghanaian spellers who qualify through The Spelling Bee-Gh to Scripps National Spelling Bee, USA.

They further informed that their lawyers have been contacted to take legal actions against Majid Abdallah-Williams.

Read the full statement below:

Statement from the organisers of The Spelling Bee-Gh

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