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This letter, issued with the students' reports at the end of the school year 2011 is indicative of the willingness of Robert Boulos to lie to parents when it served his needs. In the first sentence of the second paragraph, he stated that Dr. Marina's services had come to an end. On all counts: educational, moral, ethical, legal, this was not true. Given that according to Sudanese labour law that an employee is in a position of having a permanent contract unless dismissed for proper reasons once the first two temporary terms of employment are completed, then the School Council should have issued here with a letter terminating her contract and then paid her the six months salary that she was legally entitled too. They have not, as of the date of this post done either. It should be noted that Dr. Marina did not wish to leave her post at this time and was prepared to be the Principal for one more year. Her educational successes with Unity gave no reason for the Council to remove her from her post.
The notice at the end of the letter indicating that recruitment was going well, is a fabrication. Robert Boulos was incapable of recruiting anyone and at the time of this letter, only teachers that Dr Marina had recruited (four of them) were in place for the new school year. By mid-May, Dr. Marina had started to assist with this process once more - in spite of the fact that it was no longer her responsibility, as no one else at the school seemed capable of doing it.
It should be noted that Bishop Kondo had stated earlier when it became apparent that he was in trouble over many issues at the school (theft, forgery, fraud etc), that Robbie should sack the whole staff and spend the summer in the UK recruiting an entire new staff for the following academic year.