GES apologises for a ‘big’ mistake.

The Ghana Education Service (GES) on Friday, August 7, 2020, issued a press release to push aside some 14 college students for engaging in acts of indiscipline as properly as interdicting three teachers for their alleged roles in some of the pronounced cases.

The affected students, per their dismissal letters, are barred from writing their last papers with the instructors barred from invigilating the examination as the GES awaits the conclusion of investigations by way of protection agencies.

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In making the names of the students and instructors acknowledged to the prevalent public, the GES erroneously protected the identify of a trainer to the list of disregarded college students and also failed to efficiently spell the surname of one of the students.

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To clear the mess, the GES, in any other press launch on Saturday, August 8, has apologised declaring that it “regrets the unintentional error.

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