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ENTERTAINMENT

Court bonds Rev Obofour for infringing Copyright law.

On June 25, 2020 in Accra, GN - An Accra Circuit has bonded Rev. Kwaku Agyei Antwi, also known as Rev. Obofour to be of good conduct for six months for extricating part of Celestine Donkor's song captioned "Agbebolo" - Bread of Life, without her authorization. He pleaded blameworthy with explanation of infringement of copyright contrary to Sections 42(1)(a) and 43 of Copyright Act of 2005, (Act 690). Rev. Obofour admitted to the Court presided by Madam Eva Bannerman Williams that he accepted legal responsib

  1 year ago ago
Court bonds Rev Obofour for infringing Copyright law.

EDUCATION

PRINCOF & TTAG to meet over Feeding Grant brouhaha

PRINCOF Insist that the feeding component of the Allowance shouldn't be given to he Conference of Principals of Colleges of Education (PRINCOF) is set to meet with the leadership of the Teacher Trainees Association of Ghana (TTAG) to engage them on issues of the feeding grant component of the Teacher Trainee allowance.

  9 months ago ago
PRINCOF & TTAG to meet over Feeding Grant brouhaha

EDUCATION

PRINCOF Breaks Silence On Feeding Component Of Trainee Allowance

PRINCOF Breaks Silence On Feeding Component Of Trainee Allowance Scores of aggrieved trainees particularly those in level 100 and 200 surfaced to demand their feeding component of their allowance. The aggrieved students were of the view that PRINCOF must pay their feeding component of their allowance to them due to the halt of academic activities on campus as a result of the Covid-19 pandemic. In an exclusive interview with TWJ, the chairman of the National Conference of Principals of Colleges of Education (PRINCOF),

  1 year ago ago
PRINCOF Breaks Silence On Feeding Component Of Trainee Allowance

EDUCATION

See How Double Track System In Colleges Will Differ From SHS. Check It Here.

Information gathered from the TTAG Weekly Journal (TWJ) suggest that, the double track system which will be happening in the Colleges of Education in the next academic year is not actually a double track system like that of the Senior High Schools (SHSs). This was revealed in an exclusive interview on TWJ with the Conference of Principals of Colleges of Education (PRINCOF) chairman, Dr. Emmanuel Nyamekye. According to him, double track system in the SHSs allows a group of students to go to school for academic

  1 year ago ago
See How Double Track System In Colleges Will Differ From SHS. Check It Here.

ENTERTAINMENT

Court bonds Rev Obofour for encroaching copyright law

An Accra Circuit Court has reinforced Reverend Kwaku Agyei Antwi assumed name Rev. Obofour to be of acceptable conduct for a half year for extricating some portion of Celestine Donkor's tune named "Agbebolo"- bread of life, without her assent. He confessed with a clarification to encroachment of copyright in opposition to Sections 42(1)(a) and 43 of Copyright Act of 2005, (Act 690). Fire up. Obofour told the Court managed by Madam Eva Bannerman Williams that he acknowledged risk as the proprietor of the dif

  1 year ago ago
Court bonds Rev Obofour for encroaching copyright law

EDUCATION

What you need to know about the double track system in colleges of education.

The double track system to be run in colleges of education will not be anything like what is run in senior high schools. This is according to information gathered by TTAG. This was revealed in an interview with the chairman of Principals of colleges of education Dr. Emmanuel Nyamekye in an exclusive interview with TTAG. According to him, the double track system will not be like what is run at SHSs. For the colleges of education, a group will be on campus and the other group will continue their academic work

  1 year ago ago
What you need to know about the double track system in colleges of education.

EDUCATION

Training colleges to shut down over lack of money to feed students

The colleges of education in the country may be forced to shut down soon if the government does not intervene immediately. This is because the 46 colleges of education have run out of cash to buy food to feed the students. The current dire situation of the colleges has been occasioned by the failure of the education ministry to release money for the feeding of the students.

  8 months ago ago
Training colleges to shut down over lack of money to feed students