Information reaching DAYBREAK indicates a creeping corruption culture into local government run public schools, with pupils and individual schools being levied to see off retiring metro education heads who supervise public school heads during official ceremonies.

A copy of a receipt issued to one such school showing amount paid by pupils of that school indicates a culture that may have existed for long in public schools for the benefit of Metro Education heads who are retiring.

A critical analysis of the pervading culture indicates that if the Metro Director is in charge of 50 schools in his district, he is entitled to a sum of GH¢220 per school.

DAYBREAK learnt that such monies are not paid from an existing welfare fund, but charged to pupils account as levies to make up the GH¢220 quota that is paid by the school

More anon.