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HEADTEACHER ARRESTED TO REGISTERING FOREIGNERS AS GHANAIAN STUDENTS TO PARTAKE IN 2019 BECE

The 2019 Basic Education Certificate Examination (BECE) begun today June, 10, across the country. According to the reports, over 500,000 students from 16,871 schools are writing the exams. Out of the 517,332 candidates, 263,616 are males 153,716 are females.

The head teacher’s name given as Mr. Mawuli, registered the foreigners as Ghanaian students without putting together all the necessary records they had before they came to the school.

It was open up to the media by the Municipal  Chief Executive of Ketu South in the Volta Region , Elliot Agbenorwu, who caused the arrest of the head teacher. He told the media that, he has asked intelligence officers to look into the issue.

He informed us that 62 students who schooled in Lome, Togo have been registered by Mr. Mawuli and he is the proprietor and the owner of Kekeli International School, which is a private school in Aflao. He registered them as Ghanaian students without any cumulative records in the school.

Mr. Mawuli have been handed over to the police for further investigation. Upon Elliot Agbenorwu interrogation with him in the presence of the Municipal Director, he confirmed that, indeed, he registered these 62 students who are from Togo Faith Mission School and all this is a sabotage to government policy.

 

Story by: Osei Abigail/pinkfmonlinegh.com

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