Leaked Screenshot Reveals The Error EC Made In John Boadu's Election Results
Following the just ended NPP National Delegates Elections, a screenshot of the mistake the Electoral Commissioner for the occasion made in John Boadu's results has gone viral. Although the mistake didn't actually changed the outcome of the elections, an attention must be drawn to it to keep the EC on its toes.
Will Mathew OpokuPrempeh Resign As Promised As Contract Document Surfaces?
Sunday, 5th November 2021 If he will go be his promise, Dr. Mathew Opoku Prempeh will be resigning as Energy Minister in the coming days. This because made a promise to resign if the teacher unions are able to provide a document to prove that he was involved in the one teacher one laptop deal.
Teacher Unions: Important Notice to Teachers with anomalies of upgrading of Salary 2018 and beyond
Teacher Unions: Important Notice to Teachers with anomalies of upgrading of Salary 2018 and beyond Teacher Unions, Ghana National Association of Teachers(GNAT), National Association of Graduate Teachers(NAGRAT) and Coalition of Concern Teachers(CCT)are collecting data from teachers who have not been upgraded to their respective salary scale for Onward submission to Ghana
Latest Update On Newly Recruited Teachers Staff IDs And Date For Biometric
The Deputy Director General of the Ghana Education Service, Dr Anthony Boateng has said that the next batch of Staff ID’s which is yet to be released will capture all newly recruited teachers who have not received theirs as of now. The Deputy Director General made this pronouncement to the National Association of Graduate Teachers (NAGRAT) president, Mr Angel Carbonou on phone.
NSS: CUAHI Cry Over Unpaid 11 Months Stipends, Pleads With Gov’t To Adhere To Their Pleads
A section of the National Service Scheme under Allied Health known as Coalition of Unpaid Allied Health Interns (CUAHI) has lamented bitterly over their eleven months of unpaid stipends by the government. Speaking on Opemsuo Radio, the President of CUAHI, Mr. Frederick Adjei, stated that their stipends or allowance are not paid by the National Service Scheme but by the Allied Health under the Ministry of Health.
Teacher's Unions Becomes Toothless Bulldog Due to Partisan Politics?
Teacher's Unions Becomes Toothless Bulldog Due to Partisan Politics?The three main teacher unions in our educational system are Ghana National Association of Teachers(GNAT), National Association of Graduate Teachers(NAGRAT) and Coalition of Concern Teachers(CCT).These Union's were once vocal in the country when it comes teachers condition of service.
Teacher’s Union urges GES to Implement the New ICT Policy.
Teacher Unions, Ghana National Association of Teachers(GNAT), National Association of Graduate Teachers(NAGRAT) and Coalition of Concern Teachers(CCT) have appealed to the management of Ghana Education Service to fast track the implementation of the new GES ICT policy to enable teachers apply the concept of technology in education.
Teacher Unions to meet over the Silence of the 2021 Budget Statement on Salary Increment
9Teacher Unions to meet over the Silence of the 2021 Budget Statement on Salary Increment The three teacher Unions Ghana National Association of Teachers(GNAT), National Association of Graduate Teachers(NAGRAT) and Coalition of Concern Teachers(CCT) in collective agreement went to the negotiation table with the Joint Salary Negotiation Committee(JSNC) over the new
GNECC Encourages WAEC To Be Proactive
The Ghana National Education Campaign Coalition (GNECC) after two examination papers leaked on social media resulting in its postponement has encouraged WAEC to be proactive in the administration of the ongoing WASSCE. In a statement released on their Facebook the Coalition said it regrets confirmation of the 2021 WASSCE Physics and Business Management papers by the West African Examinations Council and its ensuing discussions in the media.
Teachers’ Union on Hibernation: Teachers Laments On Their Union Leaders
Teacher's Union on Hibernation: Teachers Laments Their Union Leaders The major Teacher's Unions in Ghana are Ghana National Association of Teachers(GNAT), National Association of Graduate Teachers(NAGRAT) and Coalition of Concern Teachers(CCT).
NABCO trainees support calls for Ofori-Atta to be fired.
The Coalition of Nation Builders Corps (NABCO) Trainees is supporting calls from Ghanaians and Members of Parliament (MPs) for the resignation of Minister of Finance Ken Ofori-Atta. The Coalition said that from the beginning of the initiative to its conclusion, the Finance Ministry, overseen by Finance Minister Ken Ofori-Atta, had been callous to the needs of vulnerable NABCO trainees.
Teacher Unions break their long Silence on One-Teacher-One Laptop Project
If allegations are leveled against you and you fail to speak up, it is believed the allegations are true as the saying goes "Silent means concerned", and there is a little truth in a widely spread rumours. Teacher unions breaks their silence on the allegations leveled against them on One-Teacher-One Laptop project, Teachers and Ghanaians in general are to judge who is speaking the truth, the teacher union leaders or the aggrieved teachers who have dragged the unions to court.
Ghana Police and YEA - Coalition of Community Police have left us feeling extremely disillusioned.
The Ghana Police Service and the Youth Employment Agency (YEA) have both rejected them, even though they have security service expertise, according to the Coalition of Community Police Assistants. Despite undergoing training programs, the coalition claims that they are extremely unhappy with the police administration and YEA officials for disregarding them in previous administrations.
You Will Lose The Galamsey Fight, Until You Come To Grounds.
A member of the National Small Scale Miners Association, Moses Baba Kyerenaa and also the Chairman for the Coalition for Small Scale Miners has called on President Akufo Addo to come to him and on grounds for enlightenment in attempt to halt galamsey activities in the country.Moses Baba indicated that, the fight against galamsey will not be a success at the Jubilee House until the President makes step of coming down to the fields where he will see the real situation and to know the next actions to take.
Breaking News: GPRTU, 15 Other Transport Unions Withdraw Intended Strike Action.
Information reaches your ever-trending Opera News from a source close to the Ghana Private Road And Transport Union (Gprtu) headquarters in Accra has it that the outfit and 15 other driver Unions have withdrawn an intended strike action over fuel prices, slated to take off tomorrow Monday, November 29 2021.
Ashanti Region Drivers Boycott Sit-Down Strike, Says Akufo-Addo's Government Is Doing Better [Video]
Drivers in the Ashanti Region of Ghana has boycott the sit-down strike calming they did not see any high increment in fuel, AfricaWish.com report. Multimedia Correspondent OGEE- PONCH speaking in an interview with Nhyira FM stated that, Drivers in Konogo, Kumasi Metropolitan, Teac Junction and Obuasi are working as they use to do and there's no sit-down strike in the region.
Executive secretary of this Coalition Azubila's response to the President refund of salary increment
As a Coalition that officially Petition the President over the bias 79% increment of article 71 Office holders salary for 2021 and that of 4% for civil servants, we believe the president action for refunding his money and action his appointees to do same voluntarily has actually compounded the issue.
No Subject or Persons Should Be Above Criticism - President Akuffo Addo
The President of Ghana, Nana Addo Dankwa Akuffo Addo has asserted that, no institution or individual is above criticism in the fight against small scale mining known in local parlance as “galamsey”.The President was addressing stakeholders to commence on a national dialogue on small scale mining being held by the government through the Ministry of lands and natural resources at the Accra International Conference Centre.
Parliament To Decide Whether LGBTQI Will Be Legalize Or Not.
Legislation to back the rejection of LGBTQI+ in Ghana was one of the things that bordered the state very much.As the President said he will never legalize homosexuality in the country while he still rules, the public needed an assurance of his words.
Assist Resolution Of Teachers' Strike - Kofi Akpaloo Urges Gov't
Organizer and Leader of the Liberal Party of Ghana (LPG), Percival Kofi Akpaloo has spoke to the Government and any remaining important partners to quickly settle issues with educators so understudies can return to their study halls to proceed with scholarly exercises. As per him, the continuous strike by the four educator relationship popular for a Cost-of-Living Allowance (COLA), was at that point influencing scholarly exercises and required the early goal of their interests in light of the fact that the activity would colossally affect understudies.