I never failed to respond to queries as said by the GES – Teacher Kwadwo

EducationGhana| December 20| Teacher Kwadwo: Comedian and Professional Teacher, Michael Owusu Afriyie, who is popularly known as Teacher Kwadwo has indicated that he never failed to respond to queries as being suggested by the Ghana Education Service (GES) in its sacked letter issued him.
Teacher Kwadwo in a press statement issued on December 19, 2021, refuted claims that he was insubordinate and does not respond to queries by any appropriate authority.

Read his response below:
Failure to respond to queries served on me by the Headmaster and the School Support Officer
1. I deny the claim that I was insubordinate and reiterate that I did not disobey, disregard or willfully default in carrying out any lawful instruction, reasonable order given by any person, Committee or Board, having authority to do so.


2. It is not true that I was grossly insubordinate and had failed to respond to queries served on me.
3. In fact, this issue was not part of the charges I was invited to respond to. I am then surprised to see this issue raised as part of the reasons for dismissing me. The Committee did not provide me with any evidence to support this claim.
4. As I understand, it offends my rights to a fair hearing to be dismissed on charges that I have not been invited with sufficient clarity to respond to.



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