It appears the accusations of intimidations leveled against officials of the Ghana Education Service (GES), by some teachers and the general public is becoming a reality.
For some time now, officials of the Ghana Education Service have been accused for allegedly trying to silence teachers who openly criticise them.
One teacher who has become popular in the media for his attempt to point out some wrongs in the Educational sector is teacher Kodjo as he is popularly called.
According to teacher Kodjo, the Whatsapp platform is where information is shared to all teachers in the Akrofuom District.
He narrated that, he was taken out for saying that, no teacher should allow him/herself to be intimidated by any District official.
When he asked why he was taken out of the Whatsapp platform, he was told that, what he wrote on the platform means, he is inciting the teachers against the District Directorate.
Teacher Kodjo, who is known for pointing out some wrongdoing in the education sector was hauled before the District education disciplinary Committee for some utterances he made.
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