Ghanaian youngest sports Journalist, Dominic Fobih can be said to be a good researcher aside his talent in presenting sports news, especially football news. Fobih is widely known for his brilliance in analysing football news, such as football matches outcome, transfers and the likes. Saddick Adams who works with Dominic Fobih at Angel FM and guides him has revealed that Fobih's predictions about the sacked coaches in the Ghana Premier League amazes him.
School resuming council expected to delicate report on 21st September – GES The School Reopening Committee set up to consider on modalities for the resuming of schools is required to introduce a suggestion to the legislature on September 21, Professor Kwasi Opoku-Amankwa, the Director-General, Ghana Education Service (GES) reported. The proposal, Prof Opoku-Amankwa said would be submitted to President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo to settle on an official choice on the resuming of schools in the pre-tertiary
Educational Minister, Mathew Opoku Prempeh finally set to reopen school. Schools in Ghana were closed down due to the outbreak of deadly Covid 19 pandemic in the country. Since then schools have not been able to take it activeness as it was before the COVID 19 pamdemic. Final year tertiary students went back to complete their exit examination in 15th June. Then, final year Senior High School Students and Form 2 Shs Green Track students also resumed school on 29th of June. Rumours have been circulating around
Students have stayed at home from March this year since the global pandemic covid 19 broke out in Ghana. This has come further to five months and still most students are at home. There was however some joy this Sunday when His Excellency Nana Addo Danquah Akuffo Addo gave way for continuing students of colleges of Education to resume fully to school. At least this brought a little good news as finally we are on the verge to little by little reopen all schools. Following that, yesterday 20th August 2020, the
The committee that was set by the ministry of education of which Prof. Dominic Fobih, a former Minister of Education was the heard has submitted the report to advise on matters relating to the reopening of schools for the 2020/21 academic year. This report was given to the minister of education. During the submission of the report, Dr. Prempeh thanked the members of the committee for their hard work, cooperation and diligence. He then stated that the report will be forwarded to the President ahead of extensive
The outgoing Minister for Education, Dr. Matthew Opoku Prempeh had his transitional team members bid him farewell at the newly constructed Ministerial Block.The team was led by the former Minister of Education, Prof Dominic Fobih.
Reopening GES And Stakeholders To Conclude Discussions On The Procedures for the reopening Schools On September 21, 2020. A confirmed report gathered by the various educational circuits across the districts in Ghana indicates that, A 10- member committee has been inducted in Accra Ministry of Education, Mathew Opoku Prempeh, Minister of Education enlisted this committee and the aim is to deliberate on procedures for reopening Schools especially the Pre-tertiary Sector. GETFund Board of Trustees, Prof.
4 Teacher Unions Furious Over Their Exclusion From The Government Committee on Reopening of Schools.
The four teacher unions in the Ghanaian educational front at the pretertiary level, namely the Teacher Educational Workers Union(TEWU), the Coalition of Concerned Teacher (CCT-Gh), the National Association of Graduate Teachers(NAGRAT), and the Ghana National Association of Teachers(GNAT), have expressed their displeasure about their exclusion from the inaugural Committee on reopening of schools by the Ministry of Education. You would recall that, on Wednesday 19th August 2020, a Committee made of 10 persons
Following the outbreak of the COVID-19 pandemic, the government initiated some policies to see to the less spreading of the disease among citizens and people in the country. As part of the safety policies initiated, the government closed the boarders and all schools in the country. The COVID-19 cases is now experiencing a sharp decline and as a result, the government of the Republic is gradually lifting bans on certain sectors. The president of the republic, H.E Nana Addo Danquah Akufo-Addo, in his previous
Education Minister, Dr Matthew Opoku Prempeh told the School Reopening Committee that in its deliberations, it must ensure that all stakeholders are brought on board in drawing up its recommendations for transmission to the President and thanked them for accepting this important national assignment. The committee is chaired by Prof Dominic Fobih, a former Minister of Education and currently the chairman of the GETFund Board of Trustees and comprises representatives from the Ministry of Education, Ghana Education
Do You Think Schools Should be opened as soon as possible As the Private Schools Association Wants? Let me know your view about this at the comment session. Recently there have been numerous rumor going around that schools will be opened on September, debunk such rumor. From the Minister of Education Hon.Matthew Opoku Prempeh they have not actually announced a date for the reopening of school. But rather they have set-up a 10-member committee to consider the condition for the schools to reopen in the pre-tertiary
Roadmap for reopening of schools has begun - Dr Matthew Opoku Prempeh The long awaited anticipation of when Schools will reopen officially may soon be a thing of the past as the Minister of Education, Dr Matthew Opoku Prempeh, has began a roadmap for the opening of Schools by constituting a committee to deliberate on the matter. The 10 member comm committee constituted by the Education Minister are to deliberate and advise on various modalities for the reopening of schools in the country. The Committees recommendation
boy as sports Presenter Angel FM has signed a new sports presenter - The new presenter is a 10-year-old boy known Dominic Fobih - The child prodigy came into the limelight a few months ago after a video of him went viral Our Manifesto: This is what YEN.com.gh believes in Dominic Fobih, a 10-year-old
Dominic Fobih the 10 years old Ghanaian at Angel Fm has made it unto the headlines yet again. He was interviewed by British broadcasting Company (BBC) pidgin. In his interview he revealed that, he dreams of commentating in football matches after he was privileged to attend the champions league final between Atlético Madrid and Real Madrid. According to him the day he told his elder brother about it , he laughed but his biggest dream is to commentate in Major tournament like the UEFA champions league,English
Education Minister Set A Committee On Schools Reopening The Minister of Education, Dr Mathew Opoku Prempeh has inaugurated a 10 member committee in Accra to deliberate and advise on the modalities for the re-opening of schools in the pre-tertiary subsector for the approval of the President. This follows the address to the nation by President Akuffo-Addo on Sunday August 16, 2020 which included government’s intentions to consider the re-opening of schools following the shutdown in March 2020 due to the Covid-19
The hotly anticipated expectation of when Schools will return authoritatively may before long be a relic of past times as the Minister of Education, Dr Matthew Opoku Prempeh, has started a guide for the opening of Schools by comprising a board to ponder on the issue. The 10 part comm council established by the Education Minister are to think and prompt on different modalities for the resuming of schools in the nation. The Committees suggestion will be subject endorsement of President of the Republic of Ghana,
The ministry of Education has come out with a committee instituted to provide the roadmap for the reopening of our schools from the pre-tertiary level. The committee which is headed by a former minister of education and the current board Chairman of the GetFund, Professor Dominic Fobih, is but without the inclusion of any of the leadership of the various teacher Unions such as the GNAT or Nagrat. The members of the committee are as follows: 1. Mr. Michael Nsowah ~ Chair, GES Council The committee which was inaugurated
The Minister of Education, Dr. Matthew Opoku Prempeh, has inaugurated a 10-member committee to discuss and advice government on the modalities for the re-opening of schools. The inauguration which happened on Wednesday, August 19, 2020, was to help government decide on the re-opening of pre-tertiary schools. This information was captured in a press statement issued by the Ministry of Education and signed by the Press-Secretary of the sector Minister, Rodney Nkrumah-Boateng. According to the statement, the formation