JUST IN: Borrow from Capitation grants to organize JHS First Term Exams – GES

The Ghana Education Service (GES) has instructed all headteachers of junior high schools in the region, to borrow money from their kindergarten and primary capitation accounts to organise their end of term examination for JHS pupils since their accounts cannot be credited with money now.

The Wa Municipal Directorate said the headteachers should endeavour to refund the money when their accounts are duly credited.

The order note, signed by Agnes Boobe-Inyuur Mwaawaare, Deputy Director, on Wednesday, 11 December 2019, said: “Management would like to entreat all headteachers of junior high schools in the municipality who do not have enough funds in their accounts to write the end of term examinations, to borrow money from either their kindergarten or primary school capitation grant account to organise the end of first term examination”.

“However, the junior high school headteachers should bear in mind that the monies should be refunded as and when their capitation grant accounts are credited”.

It added: “The necessary documentation to this effect should be appropriately done.”

Source: ClassFMonline.com


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