27 Teachers Sacked: Here we are sharing a piece of big news with you. 27 teachers have been sacked over fake appointment letters. According to the report, The Ghana Education Service (GES) has fired 27 basic school teachers in North East Region for reportedly joining the duty with fake documents. This news is circulating on social media platforms. Recently this news has come on the internet and this news become a topic of discussion. Many people are talking about it and they are searching for this news on the internet. Because they are very curious to know about the whole matter of the new. Here we have more information about the news and we will share t with you in this article, so let’s continue the article. Follow More Updates On UptoBrain.com
27 Teachers Sacked
As per the graphic.com.gh, the twenty-seven teachers have used fake appointment letters which had the signature of the Director-General of GBS, Prof Kwasi Opoku -Amankwa to take the posting to schools in the region. The North East Regional Public Relations officers of GES, Tongo Yidana verified the dismissal and said that the fake teachers have failed to follow the employment guidelines of the service. He also said that 27 teachers were probably victims of teachers’ employment fraud. You are on the right page for getting the right information about the news, so please read the complete article.
As per the sources, ” The victims and trusted to have been a hoax by some individuals who forged the Director-General’s signature to get them the appointment letters. ” when we examined the database, we realized that their particulars may not be found there but have been uploaded to the schools where they are teaching,” Yidana is repeated to have a side in an interview with Daily Graphic. He said that the crops in the regions were told the matter for them to conduct a full investigation into it. Scroll down the page for more information about the news.
A month ago, the Ghana Police Services arrested a National Service Personnel at Yendi Senior High School for reportedly duping a few job candidates by issuing them fraud appointments and posting letters from the Ghana Education Service. As per the report, the suspect, Ziblim Abdul Latif, took between GHC5,000 and GHC9,000 and announced employment letters with the signatures of the Northern Regional Director of Education and the Director-General of the Ghana Education Services. Here we have shared all the information about the news, so stay tuned for more updates.