Nine Teachers of the Ghana Education Service (GES) have been interdicted in connection with the Ejisuman SHS sex scandal.
A fact-finding committee instituted by the GES in Ashanti Region recommended the interdiction of the teachers after some students of Ejusuman SHS in the Ashanti region alleged that the teachers forced them to perform several sexual acts.
One female student said a teacher forced her to stroke his manhood.
On the contrary, the accused teachers have denied the allegations and are claiming that there is a deliberate attempt to defame them.
In this regard, the Ghana National Association of Teachers (GNAT) have registered their displeasure about the directive given by the Ghanan Education Service.
Head of Public Relations at the GES Cassandra Twum Ampofo says the teachers in question will appear before another disciplinary committee constituted by the Regional Education Directorate.
However, GNAT is questioning the basis for another probe.
"If you have conducted an investigation and you have found people to have flouted the regulations of the GES...you don't submit the people to another investigation," the spokesperson said.
He said it was baffling that the investigation report has been sent to the GES headquarters in Accra.
"What kind of interest has the GES headquarters [in the matter]?" he quizzed.