The Upper West Regional Director of Education, Mr Duncan Nsor, has been interdicted by the Ghana Education Service(GES).
His interdiction is to pave way for investigations into acts of bribery and other misconducts to be carried out.
According to a statement issued by the Director-General of the Ghana Education Service (GES), Professor Kwasi Opoku-Amankwa, the embattled Regional Director is facing three allegations.
Check the full interdiction letter below
This portal this week reported that the Upper West Regional Director of Education, Mr Duncan Nsoh was accused of putting up headship positions on sale.
Mr Nsoh was accused of placing a price tag on the appointment Headmasters to vacant Senior High Schools in the region.
The Regional Director allegedly charges ten thousand Ghana cedis (GhC10,000.00) for the position of a Headmaster of a Senior High School.
Substantive heads are also forced to part with GhC10,000.00 in order to remain at post and be in his good books.
He is alleged to have also collected four thousand Ghana cedis(GhC4,000.00) from those given the position of Assistant Headmasters.