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Goverment must address concerns of CETAG

Members of the  Colleges of Education Teachers Association of Ghana (CETAG) have yesterday Monday embarked on an indefinite strike  pressing home their demands. According to them, since the upgrade of colleges of education  into tertiary institutions, their conditions of service have not had any corresponding improvement and rise in rank as spelt out by  the Colleges of Education Act. is very much appreciative of government’s commitment in making sure our colleges of education receive the necessary accreditation, infrastructural developments, increase in enrollment among others but this genuine concern raised by the tutors needed to be addressed without delay....

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Peace Council is not Partisan

The outgoing Moderator of the Presbyterian Church of Ghana, Rev Emmanuel Martey, is in the news again for the wrong reasons. He has accused the Deputy Interior Minister, Mr James Galga-MP of lobbying him to become the chairman of the National Peace Council (NPC). This unfounded allegation, as was dismissed by the interior ministry, casts the Council in a very bad light as an appendage of any political party because it presupposes that the selection of the chairmanship is influenced by politicians. A body such as the NPC which was formed to facilitate and develop mechanisms for conflict prevention,...

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First Lady addresses COBAANA, USA; calls for equal opportunities for every child

First lady Mrs Lordina Mahama has called for equal opportunities to education for every child. She believes the location of a child should not deprive any child of education, saying there was nothing as important in a child’s early life as education. “Give a child education and change his or her future,” she noted. Mrs Mahama was addressing a large gathering of Chiefs and Queen mothers, both local and international and other dignitaries at a colourful durbar to mark the 7th Annual Convention of the Council of Brong Ahafo Associations of North America (COBAANA) at Worcerter, Massachusetts in the US....

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Shame on Kyei Mensah-Bonsu and his Minority

The Minority Leader in Parliament, Mr Osei Kyei Mensah-Bonsu and his members must be ashamed of themselves for taking the nation for granted and wasting tax payers’ monies over their recall of parliament for an emergency sitting. The recall of Parliament to sit today has been occasioned by the Minority in Parliament invoking Article 112 (3) of the 1992 Constitution and Order 38 (1) of the Standing Orders of Parliament. When news went viral about the recall some few days ago, the NPP insisted that it was occasioned to begin impeachment proceedings against President Mahama in parliament. Just this...

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Reverend Martey Cannot be a Coward

The outgoing Moderator of the Presby Church of Ghana, Professor Emmanuel Martey is in the news again. This time it is not about another attack on the John Mahama-led government, something he does with pleasure and glee. Rev. Martey has alleged that a politician had tried to bribe him to keep mum over shortfalls of the ruling National Democratic Congress (NDC). He was to be given $ 100,000, a V8 and plush house with a swimming pool at Trasacco  if he agreed to the deal but he claimed to have rejected the gifts. He also denied that he was...

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