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UTAG describes dismissal of 5 lecturers of UEW as unfortunate

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The President of UTAG, Frimpong Duko has described the dismissal of lecturers at the University of Education Winneba as unfortunate.
The Governing Council of the University of Education, Winneba, yesterday dismissed five principal officers of the school following an emergency meeting on Monday. One other official has had her appointment terminated.
The five are the Vice-Chancellor who was serving a suspension, Professor Mawutor Avoke, Finance Officer, Dr.Theophilus Senyo Ackorlie, Daniel Tetteh, Mary Dzimey and Frank Owusu Boateng.
They were interdicted in July 2017 by the University of Education governing council to allow for investigations after it emerged that vital documents at some offices at the centre of an ongoing investigation had gone missing.
Speaking to Ibrahim Kwateng on Behind the News the President of UTAG, Frimpong Dukoa said the issue is in court and therefore the judiciary need to be given that mandate to determine the outcome.
He noted that the lecturers are still in Winneba.

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