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May 27, 2001 | Tabloid News

E.T Mensah's son now in Mawuli School

GNA

Master Jerry Teye Mensah 18, son of Mr Enoch Teye Mensah a former Minister of Youth and Sports is now a student of Mawuli Secondary School at Ho.

He was admitted to the school two weeks to the end of the second term of this academic year as a second year arts student.

Mr Winfred Bonsi, Headmaster of Mawuli School, confirmed this when the Ghana News Agency contacted him following rumours that Master Mensah, a former student of Mfantsipim School in the Central region has been admitted to the school following his alleged misconduct in his former school.

Mr Bonsi said Master Mensah was brought to Mawuli School by his mother and was issued with a transfer form to be completed by the authorities of his former school but the completed form is yet to be submitted to his office.

He said Mawuli School is ready to offer an opportunity to Master Mensah to reform.

Mr Bonsi said Master Mensah has, however, been given two weeks to submit the completed transfer form from his former school or be expelled.

The Headmaster said Master Mensah has so far comported himself adding that he was cautioned against misbehaviour.

Master Mensah told the Ghana News Agency that all has been well with him in the school so far.

In October last year Master Mensah made the headlines when he alleged that he was abducted from his former school by a group of men and a woman and later abandoned at an unknown destination near the Budumburam Refugee Camp in the Central Region.

Police investigations, however, revealed that Master Mensah fabricated the story to escape punishment for spending a night out of school without permission.

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