Blame GES for ghost names – GNAT

The Ghana National Association of Teachers (GNAT) has said the Ghana Education Service (GES) is to be blamed for the high number of ghost names in the service. This follows a directive from the Bureau of National Investigations (BNI) to the service, to delete 610 ghost names from the government payroll. Speaking to Class News, GNAT General Secretary, David Ofori ...

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BNI investigates 135 teachers with fake certificates

Eleven more teachers who submitted fake certificates to facilitate their engagement as teachers are being investigated by the Bureau of National Investigations. This brings to 135 teachers believed to be operating with fake certificates in different parts of the country who are being investigated by the BNI. The move is part of efforts by the Ghana Education Service to sanitise ...

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