The Ghana Education Service (GES) claims that it has started an investigation into claims that some heads of second-cycle colleges are issuing unauthorised prospectuses.
The GES says that some heads are selling free products that are provided by the government to students and that some of the items on the prospectus are being sold to new students.
The GES stated that it strongly disagrees with this development because it is illegal and must end right now because any headmaster found engaging in it will face harsh punishment.
“Investigations will soon commence into the issues to ensure that the right things are done in our schools. Heads of Second Cycle Schools are, therefore, cautioned to stick to the approved harmonised prospectus for students.
“Any Head of School caught demanding any item(s) aside the approved ones will be severely sanctioned,” the GES said in a statement on Monday February 27.
Source: Richard Obeng Bediako ll Myoriginalonline.com ll Ghana