Ghana TVET Service Rapidly Addresses Exploitative Practices

The Ghana TVET Service has promptly interdicted the Principals of Anum Presbyterian Technical Institute, Cape Coast Technical Institute, Abetifi Kyemase Technical Institute, and Prampram Technical Institute. Allegedly, these principals engaged in selling unapproved items to first-year students and collecting unauthorized school fees during the 2023/24 academic year enrollment. In a letter signed by Mr. David Prah, Deputy Director General of Operations, acting on behalf of Director-General Madam Mawusi Nudekor Awity, Mr. Roberto Atingyelsum, Mr. Lovelace Ayensu, Madam Seline Adjabeng, and Mr. Sampson Botchoey are directed to hand over administration to their Regional Directors. The interdiction is a response to their alleged exploitation of parents, especially those facing financial difficulties. The letter mandates the principals to fully cooperate with the committee formed by the Ghana TVET Service for investigating the alleged misconduct. This action underscores the commitment of the Ghana TVET Service to accountability and preventing exploitation in the technical education sector.

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