The Deputy minister of Education in charge of Technical and Vocational Education and Training, TVET, who is also the Member of Parliament for Abuakwa North constituency, Honourable Gifty Twum-Ampofo popularly called "Hajia Kande", after touring senior high school final examination centers 2021 in her Constituency mentioned that, the free senior high school flagship policy by the Nana Akufo-Addo led New Patriotic Party (NPP) administration has provided a conducive environment for the conduct of the examination.
Gifty Twum Ampofo is one of the nominees of Akufo-Addo that will assist ministers to carry on with their various duties. When the NDC MPs was submitting the list of Deputy Minister-designate that will be approved, the name of Mrs Gifty Twum Ampofo who is the Minister-designate for Education was exempted.
Education Minister Dr Matthew Opoku Prempeh says government is focused on proceeding with its endeavors to make open libraries enthusiastic and associated spaces forever long learning. "Our open libraries the nation over will keep on being bolstered as we have done in the course of recent years and make them associated and enthusiastic spaces forever long learning. "We are as of now outfitting open libraries with PCs and associating them to the web to empower them to offer more open doors for our residents
Education Minister Dr Matthew Opoku Prempeh says government is centered around continuing with its undertakings to make open libraries energetic and related spaces always long learning. "Our open libraries the country over will continue being reinforced as we have done throughout late years and make them related and excited spaces everlastingly long learning. "We are starting at now furnishing open libraries with PCs and partner them to the web to engage them to offer more open entryways for our occupants
The Member of Parliament for the Tamale North Constituency, Alhassan Suhuyini, has announced his decision to kick against the approval of Gifty Twum-Ampofo as a Deputy Minister for Education, tagging her as someone who's conscience is dead of bribery and corruption. He said his decision is based on the fact that the nominee did not give a satisfactory response on her alleged bribery of New Patriotic Party delegates ahead of the party’s 2020 parliamentary primary in the Abuakwa North Constituency.
There has been so much brouhaha surrounding the nomination of Gifty Twum Ampofo as Deputy Minister designate for Education. Her nomination was rejected because Alhassan Suhuyini raised questions surrounding her role in a bribery case during the NPP’s 2020 Parliamentary primaries. This caused the Minority to stand with the law maker for Tamale North in rejecting the nomination.
Member of Parliament (MP) for the Abuakwa North constituency in the Eastern Region, Gifty Twum-Ampofo, has admonished her constituents and Ghanaians as a whole, to unite and embrace peace after the December 2020 general elections. According to the Deputy Minister of Education in-charge of Technical And Vocational Education And Training (TVET), the fact that people have diverse political views does not make them enemies. The Abuakwa North lawmaker who retained her seat during the just-ended elections has since
The Swearing-In of the 8th Parliament of the 4th Republic of Ghana on 7th January 2021, met with unpleasant incident and bad attitudes from both the New Patriotic Party "NPP" and the National Democratic Congress "NDC" elected Members of Parliament. The elected Members for the 8th Parliament was to elect a speaker Who could steer the affairs of the chamber but the election ended up in chaos at the floor of Parliament on 7th January. After the incident the house was able to elect a 7 time Member of Parliament
Education Minister Dr Matthew Opoku Prempeh says government is focused on proceeding with its endeavors to make open libraries vivacious and associated spaces forever long learning. "Our open libraries the nation over will keep on being bolstered as we have done in the course of recent years and make them associated and energetic spaces forever long learning. "We are at present furnishing open libraries with PCs and interfacing them to the web to empower them to offer more open doors for our residents who
The House of Representatives of the republic of Ghana have approved a total amount of $200 million to the Ghana Hairdressers and Beauticians Associations (GHABA) for apprenticeship. The fund is expected to be disbursed to the leadership of the associations in 2021 whereby 75 per cent of the amount would be dedicated to apprenticeship training and the remaining 25 per cent would be used to support persons to set up their businesses after undergoing the training successfully. The Deputy Minister of Education,