It is sheer obliviousness and wickedness – Prof Oduro tears Captain Smart separated over Naana Opoku Agyemang

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Prof. Opoku-Agyemang is said to have kept in touch with the Management of UCC for an agreement expansion Fri, 16 Oct 2020 Pro-Vice-Chancellor of the University of Cape Coast (UCC), Prof George K. T. Oduro has named Captain Smart as oblivious and naughty over charges the radio moderator and writer made against the running mate of the resistance National Democratic Congress, Prof Jane Naana Opoku-Agyemang. Commander Smart as of late uncovered on the radio that Prof Opoku-Agyemang kept in touch with the administration of UCC requesting her agreement as an instructor to be reestablished. As indicated by Captain Smart, the NDC running mate got compensation installment for August and September despite the fact that she never worked during the period, having finished her low maintenance contract with the college. Chief Smart communicated stun that Prof Opoku Agyemang having been named chosen running mate will to keep in touch with the University requesting an agreement recharging. However, responding to the announcements by Captain Smart, Prof Oduro, a Professor of Educational Leadership at UCC refered to obliviousness with respect to the columnist and showed that he would not have offered the expressions in the event that he knew how the University organization functioned. “At first when I heard the news, I snickered yet later I felt it was promulgation he (Captain Smart) was participating in to discolor the name and notoriety of the lady,” Prof. Oduro expressed in a phone meet with Benjamin Tetteh Nartey on Thursday, October 15, 2020, on GBC Radio Central. Clarifying his point, Prof Oduro said the arrangement of speakers at the college level is for a time of four to six years and is dependent upon reestablishment, including that no guideline bars anybody from being a teacher and pursuing political position. Refering to the circumstance of the current Zongo Minister, Prof. Oduro said Dr. Mustapha Hamid possibly applied for secondment when he was made the Minister of Information and even with that, he applied for time away. “The Executive Secretary of the National Accreditation Board is a parliamentary up-and-comer, yet he hasn’t left his post. These people can possibly leave on the off chance that they win to turn out to be either the Vice President or Member of Parliament,” he included. Responding to cases of compensations paid to Prof. Naana Opoku-Agyemang by the University, Prof. Oduro said educators who are given post-retirement contracts are not really instructing yet for PhD oversight purposes. “Since she is the running mate for the NDC, government isn’t paying her thus in the event that she is directing her PhD understudies and the college pays her, there isn’t anything amiss with that. “At the point when your agreement at the college is tied in with finishing, the college would write to incite you about it and enquire on the off chance that you would need to reapply. Second, your Head of Department should likewise demonstrate that your administrations are required and thirdly, there ought to be a clinical report that shows that you’re not as long as 70 years yet, yet on the off chance that you are healthy you can reapply for your agreement to be restored,” he said. He clarified further that an application for contract augmentation doesn’t really mean an expansion will be conceded including that “for Captain Smart to arrange Prof. Opoku-Agyemang’s to proceed to pull back her agreement restoration application is sheer obliviousness and wicked”. He stressed the systematic treatment of administrative issues at UCC and said there is consistently the guarantee of due steadiness with regards to agreements and compensation installments.

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