Adutwum becoming a total liability to Ghana's Education System? He must humbly learn from Prof. Jane
While the National Commission for Civic Education (NCCE) is describing the move by the Ministry of Education to remove Social Studies from the Senior High School Syllabus as "unthinkable", an in-depth analysis of dicey and imperative issue could mean that the Akufo-Addo-led administration is selling this country to the West for his personal aggrandizement.
Unemployment has been a issue of great concern to almost everybody in Ghana and every government the country has had. Graduates of the University and other tertiary institutions find it extremely difficult to secure jobs after successful completion of their various programs. The problem of unemployment transcends the borders of graduates.
According to the chairman of the National Commission for Civic Education (NCCE), Mrs. Josephine Nkrumah she said, the NCCE will be delivering copies of the 1992 constitution of Ghana to all schools in Ghana.This project will be done by visiting schools and places where people mostly visit too.
The former chairperson of the Electoral Commission of Ghana, madam Charlotte Osei remains an admiration for many people across the globe especially women. Even though, her sense of humor and love isn't that too known or published by the media but her footsteps are followed by majority. Her outstanding achievements in life keep her upright giving her recognitions at wherever she finds herself, be it national or international. The Ghanaian lawyer, Charlotte Osei was the chairperson of the Electoral Commission
The Covid-19 vaccine as anticipated is to arrive in Ghana as their respective names are AstraZeneca vaccine from India and Sputnik V Vaccine from Russia.
The chairperson of the National Commission for Civic Education, Ms Josephine Nkrumah,has called for stringent regulation, supervision and monitoring of betting centers springing up across the country. She said this would help to address the issue related to the increasing number of youngsters gradually becoming addicts because of the lack of effective supervision and regulation.
A communicator of the National Commission for Civic Education, Madam Cecilia Oppong has revealed on GTV Talking Point mistakes some voters continue to commit in every elections. According to her, many voters over the past elections do not usually check their ballot papers before casting their votes. She said every ballot paper have a unique serial number and must be stamp to be recorgnised as a valid ballot paper. She added that, any voter can change his or her ballot paper of it's spoiled; she directs voters
Church of Pentecost Leads The Way Among Many Churches In Ghana, As Its Chairman is Honoured By NCCE.
Chairperson of the National Commission for Civic Education (NCCE) Lawyer Josephine Nkrumah, has honoured the Church of Pentecost and its leadership for their unprecedented support they offered during the outbreak of the novel Coronavirus pandemic last year.
Dr. Frank Ankobea, President Ghana Medical Association The deadly disease, novel coronavirus pandemic case count in the country has sharply increased in the last couple of weeks just before, during and after the Christmas and new year festivals. According to a press statement signed by the president of the Ghana Medical Association, Dr. Frank Ankobea indicate that the increase case count can directly be attributed to factors including the total disregard for and the lack of enforcement of all Covid-19 preventive
Hello lovely readers. Kindly hit on the +Follow button if you are reading my article for the first time. Please always remember to like and share to your lovely friends out there to also share their views on this. As the saying goes he who opens a school door, closes a prison, Education is not the feeling of a pail but the lighting of fire a fire. We all know that early January, students will be going to schools to go and continue with their academic lives, but just today see what happened. The Director for
The head of sports department at Peace 104.3fm Mr. Dan Kwaku Yeboah has made a suggestion that the government must deploy the military to take charge of sanitation issues in Ghana’s capital Accra.
Thank you for clicking on this article, please kindly follow me by clicking on the follow button on the right corner of your screen. Thank you very much for your understanding. Charlotte osei who is privately known as Charlotte Kesson-Smith Osei is a Ghanian lawyer and former chairperson of two reputable and non partisan institutions in Ghana: the National Commission for Civic Education and the Electoral Commission. Serving as the chairperson of the National Commission for Civic Education, she was appointed
Political parties and civil society groups in Sissala East have called for moderation in jubilation ahead of tomorrow’s Supreme Court declaration.
To ensure peace and development in the country, security personnel have been urged to remain impartial in the performance of their duties.They were also advised to be professional and behave without fear or favor in order to gain the public's confidence.Wilberforce Zangina, the National Commission for Civic Education's (NCCE) Acting North East Regional Director, made the announcement.
The COVID-19 vaccines produce protection against the disease, as a result of developing an immune response to the SARS-Cov-2 virus.Developing immunity through vaccination means there is a reduced risk of developing the illness and its consequences.This immunity helps you fight the virus if exposed.
Corruption has almost become a household word on the lips of people in both developed and developing countries. This is perhaps, due to how the canker has pervaded societies. Considering how corruption is having a toll on social and economic development, then it becomes necessarily to unmask this ugly phenomenon. Corruption is a broad term, which takes so many forms including Bribery, Extortion, Fraud, Favouritism and Nepotism. This ugly phenomenon has negative consequences which can promote social injustice
Koradaso AME Zion, a school located in Koradaso, near Begoro, has won the maiden edition of the Zonal Constitution Game held at the District level, and organized by the National Commission for Civic Education (NCCE). The competition was held yesterday, Wednesday, May 19th, 2021 at the District Assembly Hall.
The National Commission for Civic Education (NCCE) has approached Ghanaians to clutch the positive upsides of the nation to encourage public solidarity and union. This, the Commission accepted would advance enthusiasm, public pride and belongingness just as commitment and administration to the country. Mrs. Florence Sackey, a Senior Civic Education Officer at the Cape Coast Metro of the NCCE settled on the decision when she tended to Beauticians and Artisans in the Metropolis as a feature of the National Constitution week festivity.
Church of Pentecost rallies Ghanaians for tranquil Election(2020) Church of Pentecost harmony walk The Member of Parliament (MP) for Ablekuma Central, Ebenezer Nii Narh Nartey, has beseeched all to "lecture and exhibit harmony" consistently to guarantee that Ghana's young popular government isn't destablised. He said harmony is a fundamental product and consequently underscored the need to discuss harmony at each given chance and not when there is a political race. Mr Nartey was talking at the Agent
The Ghana Medical Association has put forward some control measures to break the chain of Covid-19 transmission in the country as the country continues to record more active cases. The GMA has attributed the cause of the rise in the country's active cases to total disregard for and lack of enforcement of Covid-19 protocols and the importation of cases from other countries. Despite the surge, the association of medical practitioners have requested the government of Ghana to do the following in order to control