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Prof. Jane Naana to meet Teachers in the Volta Region today

The running mate of the National Democratic Congress (NDC) Prof. Jane Naana Opoku- Agyemang will today, Tuesday, October 27, 2021, meet with Educational Workers in the Volta Regional Capital.

The meeting, which is expected totake place at the Ghana National Association of Teachers (GNAT) Hall in Ho shall start at exactly 4:00PM, the organizers have indictaed.

Speaking in an Interview with Ellis Ferdinand on Summer Radio GH in Accra on Saturday,October 24, 2021,

the Executive Secretary of the Educational Workers Connect Daniel Yao Agbezudor , a think tank in Education who are the organizers of the event said the programme was aimed at listening to her plans and visions of her party for the education sector.

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According tp him, they are expectinhg her to avail the plans od the NDC in the improvement of Education in Ghana.

He added, that it was neccesary voters look into the policies of Policians before making their decisions on any election day.

He called on Ghanaians to look at the ideas of politicians before voting them into power, instead of just considering political affiliations and tribal affiliations in choosing leaders.

NAPO’s Visit

The Minister of Education, Dr Mathew Opoku Prempeh (NAPO) also visited the main Auditorium of the Ho Technical University to launch the Volta Regional Chapter of the NPP Teachers Network.

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The Minister reminded teachers to consider the GH¢1200 Professional Development Allowances yet to be paid them by the government when voting on December 7, 2021.

Source-EducationGhana.org

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