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SHS Headmaster Transferred For Allegedly Tapping Palm Wine in School

The Brong –Ahafo Regional Education office in Sunyani, has transferred some members of staff of Kintampo Senior High School, following allegations of misconduct levelled against them.

A report signed by Mr Kwadwo Osei-Asibey, the Regional Director of Education, said the three-member committee that produced the report could not prove some of the allegations levelled against the Headmaster, Mr Atta Amponsah Frimpong and other members of staff.

The Headmaster allegedly felled palm trees, tapped and distilled on campus. The school also collected unapproved fees from the students and issued unofficial receipts to them, and monies meant for the purchase of mono desks were misapplied.

The report said Mr Frimpong should be transferred from the school immediately in his own interest. In addition, the school Accountant who was accused of using unofficial receipt for unapproved fees be transferred immediately.

Others to be transferred are Awuni Annahu, who had specialised in Education but teaches Core-mathematics and Nuamah Gordon who studied Planning but teaches Core-mathematics.

The rest are Atignongo Irene who studied Agricultural Science but teaches Mathematics and Adjei Forkuo, who studied Business Management but teaches Social Studies.

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The Committee recommended that Ms Margaret Ayamga Azuma, who was re-assigned as Store Keeper be nullified immediately to take her original position as the Chief Cook.

“By this the Regional Director of Education is expected to implement these decisions without delay,” the report said.

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