IMPROVE THE CONDITION OF GHANAIAN TEACHERS – Otumfuo Urges Akufo Addo

According to a report by Ghbase.com, the Asantehene Otumfuo Osei Tutu II has urged the government to work to improve the condition of teachers in the country perhaps in the area of remuneration.

He said the status of teachers should truly reflect the level of importance attached to their positions in society.

The Asantehene said these when he was addressing members of the Ghana National Association of Teachers (GNAT) at their 6th Quadrennial National Delegates Conference.

“While we will always urge moderation in the face of the national economic realities, we will nonetheless, urge policymakers to ensure that the status of our teachers truly reflect the level of importance we attach to their place in society,” he said.

He further cautioned teachers against the use of strikes as a negotiation tool. He, therefore, tasked them to adopt an improved way of negotiation rather than strike.

“Those who really suffer are the innocent children. I urge you all to focus your minds on the need for an improved way for negotiations and consultations which will minimize, if not eliminate, any recourse to industrial action and the harmful consequences on our children.”

Source:NKONKONSA.com

GMB 2021 QUEEN SARFOA VISITS ASANTEHENE, RECEIVES GH¢10K SUPPORT FOR PRISON PROJECT [Photos]

Ghana’s Most Beautiful winner and Ashanti region representative, Benedicta Sarfoa Asamoah, paid a courtesy call to the Asantehene as a daughter of the land for the Akwasidae festivities.

Many dignitaries attended the event at Manhyia Palace, including the general manager of MG TV, Francis Doku, and other dignitaries who came to pay their respects to the Asantehene.

Her victory makes her the 15th winner of the prestigious Ghanaian culture and tradition-centred pageant, and the second native of the royal Asante kingdom to do so since its inception 15 years ago.

Sarfoa presented her crown and project to her King, and an elated Asantehene contributed 10,000 cedis to her project.

The Asantehene has pleaded his support for her prison project.

“I will add GH¢10,000 to the GH¢10,000 prize money TV3 gave you as my contribution to your project.

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