EducationGhana| May 13| Teacher Trainees call on GES Council Chairperson to help solve challenges:
The leadership of the Eastern and Greater Accra Sector of the Teacher Trainees Association of Ghaha (TTAG EGA) has called on the Council Chairperson of the Ghana Education Service Service (GES0 Mr Michael Kenneth Nsowah..
The leadership, as part of its new strategy to get all stakeholders of the Association involved in all of its activities, called on Mr Nsowah at his office on May 4, 2022.
The GES council chairperson doubles as the patron of the sector.
The leadership after an introduction and a warm reception thanked the Patron for his quick response and also informed him of the need for their visit so as to establish a relationship for the purpose and nature of the work involved.
They also made known to the Patron the following challenges of the Sector and trainees at large:
1. Lack of infirmary in the Colleges within the Sector;
2. Inadequate accommodation facilities in the Colleges within the Sector and across the country;
3. Inadequate Buses in the Colleges within the Sector;
4. Effects of delay in the payment of allowances;
5. Lack of Secretariat for the Sector;
6. Financial constraints in organizing the Sector’s activities; to mention but a few.
The leadership then appealed to him to use his office and personality to help resolve some of the issues if not all.
In addition, the leadership made known to the Patron some of the activities of the Sector as well as the engagement did so far.
The Patron expressed his gratitude and also thanked the Sector Leadership for recognizing that the association does not work and survive in isolation.
As a matter of urgency, the Patron suggested, as a way of guidance, several means to get some of the challenges solved and directed the leadership to make the necessary steps and give him feedback for actions to be taken.
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He also assured the leadership that he would use his office and personality to see how best those issues without his jurisdiction are solved immediately.
He also encouraged the leadership to use more engagement as started in getting all issues resolved. He then pledged his continuous assistance to the Sector and the association at large whenever the need be.
The meeting was attended by Owusu Prince Kwabena (Sector President) together with Amanortey Rejoice (Deputy Sector Secretary), Kuwornu Morgan Mawuli (Sector Coordinator), Enoch Paul Ativor (Sector Financial Secretary) and OSCAR AGBO (Ex-Officer) on behalf of the Eastern – Greater Accra Sector of the Teacher Trainees Association of Ghana.
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