TAROYA and staff of the Gbeogo School for the deaf opposes appointment of new headmaster
According to the Talensi Rock Youth Association (TAROYA), they suspect something fishy about the appointment of the new headmaster of the Gbeogo School for the deaf and called for the right thing to be done.
The Talensi Rock Youth Association (TAROYA) located in the Talensi district of the Upper East Region and staff of the Gbeogo School for the deaf has kicked against the appointment of a new headmaster for the school.
Addressing the media at the school's premises in Gbeogo, the TAROYA youth group President, Mr Rockson Bukari accused the former headmaster of the school, Mr Felix Netege of orchestrating the appointment of the new headmaster because he was his kinsman from the Upper West Region.
The group president further alleged that unlike the other special schools like the Savelugu and Wa deaf schools where advertisement was placed for the position of headmasters when they became vacant, that was not the case with the Gbeogo school for the deaf.
The group also alleged that plead from the Tongorana who is the paramount chief of the Talensi traditional area through his divisional chief, the Baare-Naab, Nya” pakora Maantii for the right thing and procedures to be followed were ignored and not complied with and they felt disrespected by the actions of the educational authorities.
Locked Headmaster's office
The youth group and the staff, therefore, are petitioning the Regional Director and all relevant stakeholders of the school for the right thing to be done to prevent any mishap from happening that may mare the peaceful atmosphere conducive for teaching and learning.
The staff on the other hand alleged no advertisement was done to indicate the vacant position of headmaster in the school since some staff members qualified for that position and could have applied for it.
They, therefore, suspect something fishy about the appointment of the new headmaster and called for the right thing to be done.
Stephen Amoah, Upper East