The barriers to education in Ghana are many, but students at this rural secondary school remain passionate about shaping their futures, says their science teacher My day starts at 5am. School starts at 7.20am, but before I can get ready, eat breakfast or prepare lessons for the day ahead, I have to walk to the Volta River to collect water. …Read More »
What we have done for ourselves alone dies with us; what we have done for others and the world remains and is immortal. – Albert Pike ECOWAS Youth Council Leadership in partnership with Mr Stephen Akintayo presented over 350,000 Naira Bursary award to the indigent students to inspire and motivate them to confront the worst in themselves in order to …Read More »
Kenneth Gyamerah, an Education Advocate won the Leadership in Education Award 2017. The award ceremony was held on Saturday August 19 at the Holidays Inn Hotel in Accra. The EDUCOM Awards is organized by Neogenics Education Ghana/UK. A total of 13 different awards were given to NGOs, Teachers, Staff of Ghana Education Service, Media Houses, Heads of Schools, Students and …Read More »
After going through several examinations, school internship programmes and other capacity building workshops in the various Colleges of Education and Teacher Education Universities, The NTC and MOE want to tell Ghanaians that, the training is not enough so teachers have to be re-examined. Which body is going to set the questions for the teachers? Is it WAEC or our very …Read More »
Some few weeks ago, Christabel Ekeh’s pictures broke both the social and traditional media. Many young Ghanaians spread the pictures like wildfire. Today, it’s “Rashida Malafaka ” the young lady who has lost touch with good manners, thinking breaking the social media with abusive contents is the only way a woman can become famous. I blame the media …Read More »
Today, May 25, 2017 marks 54 years when the African Union was founded in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia.Africa Day (formerly African Freedom Day and African Liberation Day) is the annual commemoration of the foundation of the Organisation of African Unity (OAU) (now known as the African Union) on May 25, 1963. It is celebrated in various countries on the African continent, …Read More »
Youth Activist Kenneth Gyamerah Appointed As Chief Press Secretary To The President Of The ECOWAS Youth Council.
Ghanaian Youth Activist, Kenneth Gyamerah has been appointed the Chief Press Secretary to the President of the ECOWAS Youth Council. The Economic Community of West African Youth Council was established in 2014 by representatives of the 15 member states, including presidents of National Youths Council and Country representatives of each member state. Kenneth Gyamerah doubles as the National Organizing Secretary …Read More »