Chairman of the Governing Council of the Ghana Education Service, Michael Nsowah, has hinted that the council will investigate the Assistant Headmaster for Dorfor Senior High School in the North Tongu District of the Volta Region for allegedly taking unapproved monies from new students.
Last week Friday Atinka News gathered that the assistant head teacher was taking monies from students placed in his school before confirming admission.
The Assistant Headmaster, Reverend Atakey Elewokor, allegedly took an amount of GHC1000 from some students. The total amount was captured in the student’s prospectus.
Mr. Elewokor confessed when news men confronted him with evidence last Saturday. He apologised and stated that the monies taken from parents would be refunded.
Meanwhile, Headmaster of the school, FCK Agbakey, has rebuked his assistant for charging the unapproved fees and apologised to parents and wards for the unfortunate development.
Mr. Nsowah in an interview with the media stated that GES will investigate the issue and apply the necessary sanctions.
He also mentioned that the GES was putting measures in place to repost students who were mistakenly posted to the School for the Deaf at Akropong.
Story: News Desk