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POLITICS

How Akufo-Addo has strategically secured over 2 million votes ahead of 2020 elections

Even before the referee will blow the kickoff whistle, the incumbent President, His Excellency Nana Addo Danquah Akufo Addo, who is seeking his re-election has strategically secured himself over 2 million votes already. This claim is supported by some comments from some deep throats in the ruling party. Hon. Michael Nsowah, the chairman of the Ghana Education Service Council, said on Kumasi based Angel FM that the party will benefit over 2.4 million votes from the Free Senior High School program alone. The man

  1 year ago ago
How Akufo-Addo has strategically secured over 2 million votes ahead of 2020 elections

EDUCATION

TEXTBOOKS: NaCCA Stakeholders Engagement meeting outcome(See Details)

The National Council for Curriculum and Assessment (NaCCA) On Thursday, May 6th, 2021, had a successful stakeholder engagement on textbook assessment at Accra College of Education, in the Greater Accra Region.Over ninety publishers and writers from forty publishing houses across the country participated.

  8 months ago ago
TEXTBOOKS: NaCCA Stakeholders Engagement meeting outcome(See Details)

EDUCATION

GES To Conclude Discussions On The Procedures for the Reopening Schools On September, 2020

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.

  1 year ago ago
GES To Conclude Discussions On The Procedures for the Reopening Schools On September, 2020

EDUCATION

COVID-19: It’s not critical yet to close down schools – GES

Following COVID-19 cases recorded in some schools, the Council of the Ghana Education Service (GES) has said it will only close down schools when it becomes necessary on the advice of the Ghana Health Service and Ministry of Health. The chairman of the Ghana Education Service (GES) Council, Michael Nsowah speaking in an interview on Anopa Kasapa on Kasapa 102.5 FM monitored by Georgeweb.org added that "no part of the community is spared by the menace of the novel virus, consequently sending students back home

  1 year ago ago
COVID-19: It’s not critical yet to close down schools – GES

EDUCATION

Teachers and Medical personnel sidelined in committee for reopening of schools

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

  1 year ago ago
Teachers and Medical personnel sidelined in committee for reopening of schools

EDUCATION

GES Early Childhood Education strategy dispatched.

An Early Childhood Education (ECE) Policy to cater for the complete training needs of offspring of kindergarten-going age has been dispatched. The principle point of the ECE strategy is to reinforce that sub-area of the training to propel the formative development (physical, psychological, psychosocial, passionate) of every one of the four to five-year-old kids including the burdened, powerless and those with handicaps and extraordinary necessities kids.

  7 months ago ago
GES Early Childhood Education strategy dispatched.

EDUCATION

Dreadlocks is for FETISH PRIESTS and not students – GES Council Chairman tells ACHIMOTA Rasta boys

Chairman of the Ghana Education Service Council, Mr. Michael Nsowah has waded into the controversy surrounding the refusal of Achimota School to admit two Rastafarian students unless they cut their dreadlocks.

  10 months ago ago
Dreadlocks is for FETISH PRIESTS and not students – GES Council Chairman tells ACHIMOTA Rasta boys