News reaching MyNewsGh.com indicate that six principal staff of the University of Education Winneba (UEW) who were dismissed by authorities have had their dismissals revoked and will now proceed on early retirement.
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They are also to be compensated and all salaries due them paid up to the agreed date which begins the early retirement MyNewsGh.com gathered.
At an emergency meeting held at the Campus with the Minister
of Education Dr Mathew Opoku Prempeh in attendance, they mentioned the affected
principal staff as Professor Mawutor Avoke the former Vice Chancellor, Dr.
Theophilus Senyo Ackorlie, the former Finance Officer, Daniel Tetteh, Sena Deke,
Mary Dzimey and Frank Owusu Boateng our sources revealed.
The Former Vice Chancellor of the University Professor Mawutor
Avoke and four other were last year dismissed based on recommendations by the
governing council but they all denied any wrongdoing on their part.
In a statement issued by all five and copied to the media at
the time, they indicated that no court had found them guilty of any procurement
or financial malfeasance.
“As individuals, we have not been taken to any court and no charges have been brought against us. We have also not appeared before any court or been heard by any court on any charges. It is not true that the Vice-Chancellor, Professor Mawutor Avoke and the Finance Officer, Dr. Theophilus Senyo Ackorlie were found guilty of procurement or financial malfeasance by any court”, the statement said.
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Our sources revealed that present at the meeting were the
Vice Chancellor Reverend Father Prof Anthony Afful-Broni, Member of Parliament
(MP) for Efutu Constituency in the Central region, Alexander Kwamina
Afenyo-Markin, MP for Assin Central Kennedy Agyapong, Chief of Winneba Osabarima
Neenyi Neity, and Registrar of the UEW Paul Osei Barimah.
Source: MyNewsGh.com/Stephen Zoure/2019