Prof Amankwa are you really in charge of Ghana Education Service?

If you can come down from your 'paramount stool' and listen to the walls on the campus of Akropong School For The Blind, i believe you will reconsider replacing Mahela Narh with Elizabeth Korkor Amanor. I can tell you for sure that Elizabeth Korkor Amanor is Mahela Narh and Mahela Narh is Elizabeth Korkor Amanor.

Hi, Professor Kwasi Opoku-Amankwa, director-general of Ghana Education Service (GES), with due regard to your honourable seat, kindly grant me the permission to ask you this worrying question.

Are you really in charge of your agency;The Education Service?

You might be wondering why a journalist from nowhere could just throw such a ‘rude’ question at you right?

I will perfectly agree with your curiosity if it hits you after seeing my headlines. Over the past month, my publishing desk here in Amsterdam has been receiving massive and quite shocking allegations against some of your appointees, particularly in the Eastern Region all under your Education Service.

I am certain you saw the previous post i released.here are the links to them again


EXPOSED: Ghana Education Service Nurturing Criminals Within

List Of GES Officials Who Allegedly Received Diverted Blind School’s Items Out

Acting Headmistress Of School For The Blind Allegedly Close World Vision Bank Account


Personally, as an individual, i strongly believe you have taken bold steps to address the pressing allegations that are currently crippling the trust of your directors in the Eastern Region because the alleged blunders will not only taint the GES but also required hard-working new God-fearing directors to redeem.

In the case of Madame Mahela Narh, headmistress of Akropong School For The Blind, i have been informed of her replacement with Headmistress Elizabeth Korkor Amanor currently acting as.

I was also informed that Madame Mahela Narh was due to hand over her position as headmistress of the school to Elizabeth Korkor Amanor on June 4.

On a more serious note, have you not been notified by the ‘catastrophic’ allegations against the very new headmistress you are replacing Mahela Narh with?

As far as i am concern, Mr director-general, with the inside allegations that i have been stocked with, replacing Madame Mahela with Elizabeth Korkor Amanor Narh is like jumping from a frying pan into fire.

If you can come down from your ‘paramount stool’ and listen to the walls on the campus of Akropong School For The Blind, i believe you will reconsider replacing Mahela Narh with Elizabeth Korkor Amanor.

I can tell you for sure that Elizabeth Korkor Amanor is Mahela Narh and Mahela Narh is Elizabeth Korkor Amanor.

I will give you another 2 years to justify my claim if you find it ‘sabotaging’ sir.

Two days ago, an association of one of your education centres in the Eastern Region has brought to the attention of my news desk here in Amsterdam another mind burgling allegations against another headmistress in the region and i think the time has come for you to crack some whips else you will be forcing me to believe why it is spreading the world over that this culture of silence is deliberately deeply rooted in Ghana.

Prof Amankwa are you really in charge of Ghana Education Service?
Mrs Naomi Nyarkoa Abena Yeboah Abasi

Prof Kwasi Opoku-Amankwa, do you know this woman on your right? >Mrs Naomi Nyarkoa Abena Yeboah Abasi ?

The old Students of SDA Senior High School Asokore – Koforidua wish to petition the NIB to immediately commence investigation into what they are alleging as ‘huge theft’ of school funds on the part of this headmistress for missing whopping thousands of Ghana cedis released by Nana-Addo’s government to the school in 2020 for the free SHS programme.

If these allegations are true, i think this will be wicked sabotage against your agency’s efforts in building the future of Ghanaian children through good and reliable education.

In my next post on this subject matter, i will provide all the details you need to proceed with any immediate probe. Thank you.

Yours Sincerely

Emmanuel AHADJIE

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