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Mahama or Nana Addo: Joseph Boakye Quizzes Teacher Trainees- See Why

Mr Joseph Boakye Agyemang has pen down a letter to all trainee teachers as he quizzes them that he is very sure they have now seen the differences between former President, John Dramani Mahama and President, Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo after elections when both leaders were campaigning on how they will protect them in a special way.

According to his message shared on social media today, he chooses to state that teacher trainees were forced to write licensure examination and they were also forced to do a year mandatory national service under NPP government, but Nana Akufo-Addo Government after all has denied them direct posting.

Mr Joseph Boakye Agyemang letter alleged and stated that after all this teacher trainees were promised to be paid allowances by NPP government but they went home without being paid their allowances after completing their semester.

However, he stated that former President, John Dramani ( who he refers to as someone in his letter) has promised to council the mandatory licensure examination and mandatory National service for them but they did not vote for him.

According to him, Mahama promised to restore direct postings of Colleges of education teachers were enjoying and pay their allowances to them on time.

He expressed the differences between former President, John Dramani Mahama and President, Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo through his message and quizzes the trainees that have they seen the differences between the two leaders now?

His message below posted on social media.

Dear Trainee, 

You were forced to write Licensure Examination. You were again forced to do a one year mandatory national service. You were denied direct postings. Now, your allowance they promised to give you, has not been paid. You have left campus after your end of semester. 

Notwithstanding, someone promised to cancel the mandatory Licensure Examination and mandatory National Service. The same person promised to restore direct postings Colleges of Education Teachers were enjoying previously. Promised to pay your allowance on time as and when you need it. 

I am very sure you have now seen the differences between the two? 

It's never too late! Together, we can cause the change we need.

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