Mrs Abiola Fashina has been suspended as the Principal of Ijo Mimo Oluwa High School, Akure over alleged misappropriation of part of funds meant for the payment of NECO examination in 2020 and alleged involvement in examination malpractices in the school.
Mrs Fasina was also removed over alleged complicity in examination malpractices which was reported to have been the practice in the school over the past five years.
She has since been replaced with another principal.
A source told ROVING REPORTERS that the principal was directed to be reporting at the office of the Ondo state teaching commission, TESCOM till further notice.
Similarly the Permanent Secretary, ministry of education, science and technology, Mrs Lola Amuda has also ordered that the executive of Parent Teacher Association, PTA in Ijo Mimo Oluwa High school led by Pastor Ajibola Owolanke be dissolved with immediate effect while interim Executive members be set up.
Mrs Amuda had recently said investigation had commenced on various allegations against all parties involved.
It will be recalled that there was a report of serious crisis as well as allegations and counter allegations between Mrs Abiola Fashina and the chairman, Parent Teacher Association, PTA, Pastor Ajibola Owolanke over how examination invigilators were being induced in the school to all students pass their WAEC and NECO.
It was also reported that the crises have also caused division among the staff as well as parents and have drastically affected academic and social activities of the school.
The lingering crisis, it was gathered, had made Mrs Fasina to be under serious fire over allegations of misappropriation of part of funds meant for the payment of NECO examination in 2020.
A source said, “Some teachers who had turned themselves to gods would also be transferred from the school.
“The ministry also realised that the PTA Excos in the school had become something else and the best thing was to send them away.
“Interim Executive members have been set up to run the affairs of the association in the school pending the time of another election, which I know won’t be long.
“In fact, there is a kind of division among the state leadership of PTA over the matter. The state chairman seems not happy about the removal but what could he do? ”