According to Appiah Kubi, who is a news presenter at Angel Fm, he doesn't understand the reasons why the Ghana Education service will ask a teacher, who was a survivor of the 2017 Kintampo waterfalls accident only 6 months to return to work without even paying for his medical bills.
He said on their evening news dubbed “ threesome news” that, during 2016, one of the teachers, who is specifically a geography teacher of Wenchi senior high school, took his students to the Kintampo waterfalls to learn and in the process, the tress broke and fell on them, where some of the students to died and up to now he is crippled after the accident.
And he has spent almost 20,000 cedis in the hospital but the government failed to honor it’s promise to pay for their medical bills. He went on to say that, the Ghana education service has sent him a letter to return to school even though he is not well or else his naming will be removed from the payroll.
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