North East Region: GES reportedly sacks 27 teachers over fake appointment letters

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GraphicOnline has reported that 27 teachers have been given the sack by the Ghana Education Service (GES) for allegedly joining the service with fake appointment letters.

The teachers who teach in some basic schools in the North East Region are said to have secured postings to the various schools with fake appointments and posting letters bearing the signature of the Director-General of GES, Prof Kwasi Opoku-Amankwa.

Confirming this, the North East Regional Public Relations Officer of GES, Tongo Yidana revealed to the Graphic that the affected did not follow the employment procedures of the GES to join the Service.

“The victims are believed to have been scammed by some individuals who forged the Director-General’s signature to get them the appointment letters. When we checked from the database, we realized that their particulars cannot be found there but they were posted to the schools where they are teaching”, he said.

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He indicated that the matter had been reported to the police for further investigation.

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