Go To Court If You Want Tempane SHS Headmaster Reinstated - Obiri Boahen

NPP’s Obiri Boahen says whoever is calling for the reinstatement of the headmaster of Tempane Senior High School who was suspended by the Ghana Education Service (GES) to go to court or forever ‘hold their peace’.

He promised to challenge any individual legally who seeks redress in court over Dominic Ndebu Amualale’s suspension.

“The headmaster erred, he didn’t do well, and he flouted the Ghana Education Service rules and regulations. Those who are saying that they want the reinstatement of the headmaster can go to court,” he said.

The Headmaster of Tempane Senior High School, Dominic Ndebu Amualale, was suspended by the Upper East Regional Directorate of the GES for allowing the National Democratic Congress’ National Organiser aspirant, Joshua Akamba access to the school to engage students negatively on government’s flagship Free Senior High School policy last week.

The video which went viral has been condemned by many whiles others think Akamba did the right thing for exposing the NPP.

But the Deputy General Secretary of the governing New Patriotic Party (NPP), Obiri Boahen in an interview with Citi FM maintained that the headmaster erred “big time” for allowing such interaction.

He also challenged the headmaster to go to court if he thinks otherwise.

“The headmaster himself as an individual can seek redress in court,” he said.