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Educationists allegedly dupe a teacher in millions under the pretext of transfer assistance

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Three persons who collected Gh¢4,300 from a teacher under the pretext of helping her to gain transfer to another school are currently on the run.

Madam Doris, a teacher who used to teach in the Savannah region had sought to transfer from the area to the Ashanti Region. According to her, Mrs. Agnes Adobea and Agnes Okyere who work at Kyenkyebiase M/A school in the Konogo Central, who met her during the process offered to help her, under a condition that she pays the aforementioned amount.

Desperate Doris who entrusted the educationist quickly paid the Gh¢4,300 to them, thus, after they allegedly introduced one Isaac whom they claimed was working at the GES office in Accra. She said, they also mentioned some top officials who had hands in the deal.

Sadly for her, the all the three persons directly involved in the deal have since blocked her number and are currently on the run. She is however seeking for assistance from the security agencies and other stakeholders to come to her aid, since according to her, she went for loans before she could afford the charged fee.

“I later called Mr. Isaac after I had found out that the process was not going through. One month on, after I had paid the money to them, I observed that they could not help me as promised. I therefore requested for my money where both Mr. Isaac Opoku Debrah and the ladies started given me date schedules”.

According to her, they subsequently blocked her and have since gone into hiding. She is therefore appealing to the Ghana Education Service to be warily of such persons since according to her, they are numerous in the system.

“I’m not the only person who has suffered this fate. There are many of these people who are always able to associate themselves with some big names in the service and this makes them look very authentic”.

Madam Doris who has lost all hopes and is been hit by the debt is seriously seeking for assistance from the aforementioned agencies.

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