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June, 2017

  • 22 June

    Otole Juntion Primary School Study Under Mango Tree

    Teachers and pupils of Otole Junction in the Nkwanta South District of the Volta Region under go their studies under mango trees making teaching and learning difficult as we are in the raining season. The headmaster of the school, Mr. Mark Aduna, disclosed to the Reporter, Obrempong Ba K Owusu that …

  • 14 June

    A Teacher Donates ‘lovers bench’ to Nkwanta Senior High Technical School

    Mr. Bernard Potakey, an ICT teacher at the newly built Nkwanta Senior High Technical School has donated three (3) avenue seats “lovers bench” to the school the in the Volta Region. The headmaster, Mr. Avevor who received the items on behalf of the students, teachers and PTA, thanked Mr. Potakey for …

  • 12 June

    Open Dove Children organizes ‘Ebenezer Praise’ for JHS leavers

    By Christina Ativi In a way of halting school leavers jams in the country, the Open Dove Children’s Educational Foundation (ODOCEF), a Non-Governmental Organisation (NGO) in the Kpando Municipality, last Friday 9th June, 2017 organized a one day programme for the JHS graduates in the municipality to help them keep …

  • 12 June

    Chamba-Kimoateek D/A Primary School In A Deplorable State; Pupils Study Under Bad Conditions

    Kimoateek D/A Primary School in Chamba in the Nanumba North District of the Northern Region is in a deplorable state as the classroom blocks are not in good condition, making the pupils to study under bad weather conditions. The school currently has pupils’ population of over seven hundred (700) in …

  • 8 June

    Dambai College Students Cry: ‘We Still Pay Internet, Utility, Other Fees Without Enjoying The Services’

    Students of Dambai College of Education in the Volta Region are crying out loud for what they describe as payment of outrageous fees without having access to those services in the college. Following Awake Investigates’ story on a petition that was filed by some tutors of the College in 2015, …

  • 6 June

    Alleged Rot at Dambai College: CHRAJ Started Investigation in 2015

    It has emerged that the Commission on Human Rights and Administrative Justice (CHRAJ) has since 2015 been investigating a petition brought before it for alleged financial malfeasance, abuse of office, charging of unauthorised fees, among other allegations, by the principal of the Dambai College of Education, Mr. Musah Yamba Issahaku. …

May, 2017

  • 27 May

    Minister inaugurates free SHS Committee

    Dr Mathew Opoku Prempeh, Minister of Education has inaugurated a committee to advise and lead the implementation of the country’s free Senior High School (SHS). The committee constituted representatives from the Ministry of Finance, Ministry of Information, Ministry of Food and Agriculture, Scholarship Secretariat, Buffer Stock Company, Auditor General’s Department, …

  • 26 May

    Abrantie College Organizes Matriculation

    One of Accra’s leading beauty schools, the Abrantie College of Cosmetology has organized a matriculation ceremony, officially admitting about 50 students for its 2017/2018 academic year. The freshers including males and females, are expected to pursue a two-year program in various courses ranging from fashion, cosmetology, beauty therapy, millinery, hair …

  • 26 May

    John Dumelo to award best performing students of TERESCO yearly

    Ghana’s award-winning sensational actor and philanthropist, John Dumelo has introduced an award scheme for students at the St. Teresa College of Education (TERESCO), Hohoe in the Volta Region. The scheme is to reward  and motivate best performing students in level 100 and 200 of college every year. Mr. Dumelo made the …

  • 17 May

    Divine Amaglo adjudged Student Politician of the Year

    Divine Amaglo, a student of the University of Health and Allied Sciences (UHAS), Ho in the Volta Region has been adjudged by the National Union of Ghana Students – UHAS Chapter as the Male Student of the Year 2016 in the university. Amaglo Divine is a founding member of Tertiary …