Management of Ghana Education Service(GES) refers to a report from the West African Examination Council (WAEC)
on alleged exams malpractice by some officers of the institution(GES) during the WASSCE and BECE, 2020.
The underlisted officers were invited to appear before a committee at the GES Headquarters, Accra for a hearing
over the allegations of their engagement in Examination malpractice.
- Isaac Mborichie of Nchumuruman Senior High School- English Teacher, Oti Region.
- George Brobbey Fosu of Tuobodom Senior High Technical School- Teacher, Bono East Region.
- Anim Emmanuel Agyapong of JEA Mills Basic School, Dansoman, Greater Accra.
- Reuben Aninakwah of Chemunaa Basic School, Mamprobi, Greater Accra.
- Jephter Kwame Nkrumah of Nii Kojo Ababio School, Greater Accra
- Koduah James Smith of Sempe Basic School, Mamprobi,Greater Accra.
- Theophilus Gyimah of Dansoman ‘4’ Basic School, Greater Accra.
- Edith N. Owusu of Bedieso M/A Primary School- Tutor, Ashanti Region.
- Frank Amponsem of Awurade Basa M/A JHS ‘B’, Ashanti Region.
- Stephen Erskine of Obuasi Anglican Senior High School, Ashanti Region.
- Johnson Boakye-Ansah of Adu Gyamfi Senior High School- Tutor, Ashanti Region.
In session of the hearing, they admitted the act contrary to Section 3.32(III) of the Code of Conduct for staff of Ghana Education Service.
In view of that, management directs that the appointment of the officers be terminated from the GES in line with Section 4.3(IV) as contained in
the code of Conduct for staff of the service.
Since termination of appointment requires the endorsement of the Ghana Education Service Council, the officers should be interdicted forthwith pending
the final determination of the mater the GES Council which will be communicated to you in due course.
It is the view of management that since it is a major misconduct, the implementation of sanction will act as a deterrent to other staff of the service.