Frank Mensah, known on radio as Amansan Krakye, a journalist of a Cape Coast-based radio station, was summoned by Mr. Daniel Cobbold the Ghana Education Service, G.E.S, Director of Mfantseman Municipality to appear before the Disciplinary Committee of the service over the broadcast of a dilapidated state of Kobina Ansa M/A Basic School, to explain why he should not be punished for insistently and consistently fanning the disaffection for Hon. K. K. Essuman, the Mfantseman Municipal Chief Executive with the news of the deteriorating school building.
The summons, according to the Madam Alberta Hope, the headteacher of Kobina Ansa MA Basic School, he (Amansan Krakye) has been accused using Kastle FM for fueling anti-MCE sentiment by continuously broadcasting reports of the deplorable state of the school and demanding authorities to pay attention to the plight of the school.
But Amansan Krakye who doubles as a class teacher of Kobina Ansa M/A Basic School, said the only reason why they have subpoenaed him to appear before the Disciplinary Committee is because he plays gigs on Kastle FM on part time duties.
Kobina Ansa M/A Basic School is along the Yamoronsa-Abura Dunkwa highway in the Mfantseman Municipality in the Central Region, a citadel of quality education in Ghana.
The school serves Kobina Ansa, Akoanso Eduma, and Ogua Kuma communities.
Speaking exclusively to this portal, Amansan Krakye he has indicated through his headteacher he was not available to immediately to meet the Disciplinary Committee on health grounds, and that he shall avail himself for interrogation soon as his condition becomes stable.