The Malawi government on recently accused Madonna of not consulted about her plans to build 10 new schools in the poor state of South Africa and said the singer seemed more concerned in glorify her global image in order to help with education.
But the head of an organization that pop star Madonna in Malawi to help with their efforts brought countered, saying the government's case "simply not true" and was "fully updated" in the plans of the singer.
Madonna, who adopted two children from Malawi, declared in January her foundation Raising Malawi nonprofit group with buildOn teaming for the construction of schools to educate at least 1,000 children per year.
Malawi Ministry of Education spokeswoman Lindiwe Chides reference told Reuters the government with Madonna was "fed up". Schilt said that when the singer last year scrapped a previously planned Academy for Girls in Malawi, citing mismanagement and cost overruns, not the authorities in Malawi.
Trevor Neilson, who heads the Global Philanthropy Group, said in a statement from New York pop star's spokeswoman released: "This is simply not true, the Government of Malawi on Madonna's attempt to provide financial resources, has been updated in ten schools. Communities where there are no schools built. "
Madonna's previous plan, a state of the art school girls of about 400 girls on the outskirts of the capital, Lilongwe, Malawi, build, and last year collapsed, and the board of the organization, Raising Malawi has been fired. The New York Times said at the time, that $ 3,800,000 was invested in the school with little to show for it. The singer has borrowed $ 11 million for the organization co-founded in 2006.
Neilson replied saying that increasing Malawi had the Minister of Education in Malawi and she had contacted buildOn talked about the project with the local authorities and "delete all the plans for the construction of the school with them.