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Sacrifice for a while; we are making frantic efforts to clear outstanding debt –Ken Ofori-Atta

Ken Ofori-Atta, the Finance Minister of Ghana, is urging bondholders to continue their sacrifices as the government strives to settle all outstanding debts owed to them.

“Pay us our allowances if it’s not canceled” – Trainees

The trainees argue that simply stating that the allowances have not been canceled holds no value for them. What they truly need is tangible evidence in the form of timely payments before the end of this month

GNAT Responds to Hon. Gifty Twum-Ampofo’s Remarks on Teachers

The Association finds it disheartening that individuals who have attained higher positions and experienced a more favorable environment would choose to criticize and hold others accountable for their failures.

Teachers Held Responsible for Ghana’s Economic Problems

Twum-Ampofo expressed concern over Ghana's low gross tertiary enrollment ratio and its detrimental effects on the country's economy.

Update on the Payments of Teacher Trainee Allowance

Despite the release of funds for the payment as stated by the Minister, the Student Loan Trust Fund (SLTF) has not yet received the money from the Controller General.

Bank of Ghana Penalizes Fidelity Bank and First National Bank

These breaches have resulted in a combined penalty of 1000 penalty points being imposed on each bank.

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SRC and Entire Level 300 Students of Jasikan College to Sign Bond of Good Behavior

The Students' Representative Council (SRC) and the entire Level 300 Students of Jasikan College of Education have been asked by the management of the college to sign a bond of good behaviour following their disturbances and protests on campus in August.

We can’t trust WASSCE result for College of Education entry – NTC

The National Teaching Council (NTC) says it cannot solely rely on WASSCE results to offer West African Senior School Certificate Examination graduates admission to pursue various teacher education courses in Colleges of Education
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