The Ghana Education Service (GES), has asked the headteacher of Benkum Senior High School, Emmanuel Nyarko, to step aside to allow for a probe into the allegations of sexual abuse of 15 female students.
The alleged sexual abuse by the headteacher came to light after he reportedly decided to facilitate the transfer of some teachers who were reported to be involved in a similar act.
According to reports, the teachers by way of resisting the transfer exposed the activities of the headteacher.
Subsequently, the GES asked Mr Nyarko to step down from his position to allow for investigations to commence into the matter.
Speaking on Newsnight on JoyFM, Deputy Spokesperson for the Ministry of Education, Mr Yaw Opoku Mensah, explained that GES is taking steps to ensure that these things do not persist in schools...
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