- Richmond Amponsah Agyabeng revealed that he wished to confirm the rumours about the quality of food in the schools
- He added that neither the school authorities nor the students realized that he was not a student
- He also added that he was satisfied with his findings, as the allegations of poor food quality were false
A District Chief Executive (DCE), Richmond Amponsah Agyabeng, adopted a rather unexpected strategy to confirm rumours that came to his attention.
Information obtained from www.mynewsgh.com shows that he went undercover in his district, Birim South, in the Eastern region.
He sought to verify the rumours of poor quality of food served in Senior High Schools (SHS’s).
He then decided to transform himself into a student, in order to confirm the rumours.
He initially disguised himself as a student of Akim Swedru Senior High School and joined students in their weekly routine activities, unknown to both students and the school authorities.
“I visited the Achiase Senior High School in similar fashion and I can tell you that whatever people told me was not the reality”, he added.
“I swept the compound, went to the dining hall and engaged in a number of activities with my ‘colleagues’ but realized the reports I received are false”, he disclosed
He revealed that it was the only way to determine the veracity or otherwise of the allegations
He disclosed that he was pleased to realize the allegation of poor food quality were false.
This, he added, was deduced from his interactions with students in the dining halls and the dormitories.
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