Urgent Notice to Trainees in the 46 Colleges of Education

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This reopening arrangement for the level 400 teacher trainees aims to ensure a structured and comprehensive training experience that prepares them for the teaching profession
This reopening arrangement for the level 400 teacher trainees aims to ensure a structured and comprehensive training experience that prepares them for the teaching profession
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Alarming reports have emerged regarding a deceitful group operating under the guise of “CoE Examination.”

Trainees in the esteemed 46 colleges of education must pay utmost attention to this message to protect themselves from falling into the clutches of these con artists.

Unbeknownst to many, there exists a WhatsApp group known as “CoE Examination,” where the administrator shamelessly extorts money from innocent trainees.

They promise to provide end-of-semester examination questions, a service that never materializes. Astonishingly, the administrator shamelessly runs off with the hard-earned money obtained through deceit.

Investigations conducted by Coleman Publications have shed light on the true nature of these fraudsters.

One particular individual, operating under the Vodafone number +233 201199396, has cunningly robbed numerous level 100s and 200s trainees of Gh₵100.00 each.

He lured them with the promise of leaked questions from the previous semester’s examinations, but failed to deliver. Even worse, the money taken from these unsuspecting trainees was never returned.

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Alas, the plot thickens! It has recently come to our attention that the same perpetrator has resurfaced, creating yet another platform with identical intentions to dupe third-year students.

With their upcoming examinations looming, it is of utmost importance that you remain cautious and well-informed.

Do not fall prey to this individual’s wicked intentions by joining any WhatsApp group claiming to give you leaked college end-of-semester questions.

We implore all trainees in the 46 colleges of education to take this matter seriously.

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Stay vigilant and report any suspicious activity to the appropriate authorities.

Together, we can put an end to these unscrupulous schemes and preserve the integrity of our academic pursuits.

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