JUST IN: NPP Teachers Network Launched in the Volta Region

The New Patriotic Party (NPP) has launched a Network in the Volta Region known as the NPP  Teachers Network.

The Teachers Network was launched in the main auditorium of the Ho Technical University on Sunday, October 11, 2020.

The launch saw the appearance of some high profiled personalities in the NPP including the Minister of Education Dr Mathew Opoku Prempeh, The National Organizer of the NPP, Sammy Awuku.

The main purpose of the launch was to expose the achievements of the NPP government in the Education Sector to the teachers to get their supports during the December 2020 election.

Speaking at the event, the Education Minister said, the Teachers should remember the NPP Government when voting on December 7, 2020.

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He said the Teachers should consider the New Patriotic Party during the election because they benefited from the government’s Professional Allowances for Teachers.

He added, that by the time teachers shall receive their ballot papers to cast their votes on December 7, they shall remember their Professional Development Allowances.


COIVD-19 and Education

Dr Mathew Opoku Prepeh has also said that the COVID-19 Pandemic has exposed the need to respect teachers in the country.

He said it was up to teachers to know their worth as teachers to command respect from the outside world.

He indicated that disrespecting teachers means disrespecting oneself. He called on the public to show enough respect to teachers in the c





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