BWITA refutes media report
SOURCE: MOSES M. JALLAH
BWI campus in Kakata,Margibi County
BWI campus in Kakata,Margibi County









The president of the Booker Washington Institute Teachers Association, INC. (BWITA), Mr. J. DiamenoChea, has refuted recent report published by the Women Voices Newspaper on the alleged dismissal of several teachers of the BWI for corruption.
Speaking to journalists on the campus of the BWI in Kakata,Margibi County, Mr. Chea said that the information published in the Wednesday, April 22, 2015 edition of the Women Voices Newspaper is untrue and has no iota of truth.
According to him, the information emanated from the “belley of the devil and was meant to bring the high earned integrity and credibility of the professional instructor and teaching staffs who have thought at the institution over the past years to public disrepute”.
Mr. Chea cautioned the Women Voices Newspaper to be professional by balancing any report gathered as it is in media ethics.
Notwithstanding, Mr. Chea called on the Publisher of the Women Voices Newspaper to realize their ethical transgression and retract their report published in the Wednesday, April 22, 2015 edition with headline “Corrupt teachers dismissed at BWI.”
When contacted, the president of the Booker Washington Institute (BWI), Mr. Alexander Massey, denied the report of the Women Voices Newspaper accusing him of dismissing several teachers from the school for corruption.
Mr. Massey in an exclusive interview at his office on the BWI campus in Kakata, Margibi Countychallenged the publisher of the Women Voices Newspaper to substantiate their claims.
Mr. Massey told the INSIGHT that he has at no point in time spoken with any journalist about said issue.
According to Mr. Massey, after reading the paper, he immediately contacted the news-editor of the paper asking about his source of the information and he was told by the editor that the information was filed in by someone who Mr. Massey said the editor did not disclose to him.
Mr. Massey, contrary to the media reports, said the institution only retired several personnel of the institution who have reached retirement age which he said is in line with the Civil Service Agency (CSA) regulations for job retirement.

 
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