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Samira Bawumia at T.I Ahmadiyya SHS 68th speech & prize giving Samira Bawumia at T.I Ahmadiyya SHS 68th speech & prize giving

Second Lady, Samira Bawumia was honoured to have represented his husband and Vice President of the Republic of Ghana (Dr Mahamudu Bawumia at the T.I Ahmadiyya Senior High School 68th speech and prize giving day held on Saturday 17th February 2018 in Kumasi.

The colourful event was under the theme “Ensuring Quality Free Senior High School Education : The role of stakeholders”.She congratulated all the students and stakeholders for their effort in nurturing the school from humble beginnings to its present admirable state.

 

Katanga And Conti Conversion-Old Students Storm Education Ministry Katanga And Conti Conversion-Old Students Storm Education Ministry

Some alumni of the Unity Hall at the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST) besieged the Ministry of Education to protest the University’s decision to changeall male halls into mixed residential accommodation.Old Continentals Association aid the decision will erase erode the pan-African roots of the hall whilst “destroying the intention of the forebearers.

The spokesperson for the Old Continentals Association, George Tetteh,persisted that the establishment of their hall was part of an African heritage which ought to be preserved.“The hall was named Continental Unity Hall. That reminds us of the continental struggle and the emancipation of our continent. So it doesn’t stand there just like that but it stands as a hall with certain historical significance,” he argued.

The Unity Hall, also known as Conti, and University Hall, also known as Katanga, are being converted to boost the female intake and meet international standards of gender balance, according to the school’s management.Some students, however, believe that the management’s decision to convert the halls into mixed residences is a strategy to curtail the long-standing feud between the two halls, which has been known to turn bloody in the past.

 

Education Means A Lot In Everyone’s Life Education Means A Lot In Everyone’s Life

I have asked myself so many times why school is so important. We live in a fast changing world where you can access information at any given time. So the question, why should I waste so much money on some information I can get on the internet? We can never underestimate the value of education in our lives. Read More

Schools Closed Down At Foase Schools Closed Down At Foase

Schools at Foase in the Atwima Kwawoma District  have been shut down  following the clash between residents and the police.The Residents clashed with the police Officers following an attempt to unlock the DCE.

Some Parents said it was prudent for them not to allow their children to go to school as a result of the unfortunate incident. The Police and the Military team came here just to kill us but not to calm down the situation,we are appealing to authorities to come to our aid to calm down the situation to enable us go to school and learn” they said.

Two persons have been confirmed shot dead while others have sustained severe injuries.

New 6-Unit Classroom Block Built At Pakyi New 6-Unit Classroom Block Built At Pakyi

Residents of Pakyi, a community in the Amansie West District have showed their appreciation to mining, construction and materials technology company, Sandvik Gh Ltd, for the construction of a six-unit classroom block. The Vice President in charge of Sales at Sanvik West Africa, Nuhu Salifu, said the company had decided to support the school with the classroom unit after an earlier tour had revealed the deplorable state in which the pupils were studying. Read More

First National Spelling Bee champion From Ashanti Region First National Spelling Bee champion From Ashanti Region

Shifa Amankwah-Gabbey, a twelve year old girl has made Asanteman proud as she emerged winner of the 2018 National Spelling Bee competition. This marks the first time a contestant from this region has won the national spelling Bee competition.Shifa is a student at Angel Educational Complex at  Kronom in Kumasi.

“It was an awesome experience when I was called among the last seven spellers”,she said happily.The competition which started with close to 200 spellers across the 10 regions of the country went through various stages ending with three finalists.Some words like chanteuse, androgynous, biloculine, calpatio, Gloucester, pyroclastic and allium were the make or break for some of the contestants.

“I was so nervous I did not know when I spelt the championship W-A-M-A-R-A. When the crowd jumped I busted into tears because I had won”, Shifa said. According to her, the whole journey to winning the competition has been absorbing for her thanking the other children for pushing her to the limits.

KNUST’s Unity Hall And Katanga To Be Made Mixed KNUST’s Unity Hall And Katanga To Be Made Mixed

Authorities of KNUST has taken a bold decision to convert two male halls into mixed halls.The two halls to be converted are Unity Hall and the University Hall popularly known as ‘Katanga’. From the authorities decisions, it is to provide accommodation for more female students in the university therefore the move to change the male halls into mixed ones.

When Professor William Gariba had announced strictly male halls will be altered into mixed halls beginning next academic year,it had caused some students to threaten to go on demonstration if the decision taken by authorities is not rescinded.

While authorities of the school say the conversion of the two male halls is to increase the number of female students admitted into residential facilities on campus, in order to achieve gender equality per the international standards, rumours have it that the authorities have taken that swift move to curb the long standing clashes between the two main halls which sometimes turn bloody.

Gyaaman Peasan Senior High Students Fined 100 Cedis Each Gyaaman Peasan Senior High Students Fined 100 Cedis Each

Each student of the Gyaama Pensan Senior High Technical School in the Kwabre East District of the Ashanti Region, has been asked to pay 100 cedis to cater for havoc caused to properties following disturbances by some students. Four of the students sustained injuries in the course of the riot. The students vandalized school properties including the vehicle of the headmaster and his apartment.

The Board Chairman of the school, Stephen Anderson, announced at the PTA meeting that the District Engineer was directed to assess the damage caused by the students, and that each student was to be levied Ghc 100 to repair the damaged properties.”Because most of the parents were not aware, the committee has come out that those who have the money should pay and then sign the bond with their wards and leave their children to attend classes. But those who don’t have the money can still sign the bond and pay the money by next week”, he added.

Some parents who paid the fines criticized the action by the students. The parents who were equally not happy about the incident, appealed to authorities to ensure that they do not occur.

GES To Make Immediate Investigation At Ejisuman GES To Make Immediate Investigation At Ejisuman

The Board Chairman for Ejisuman Senior High School, Rev. Paul Atta Nsia said the allegations of sexual harassment by some female students is causing disaffection and anxiety for the school.

The Board Chairman is meanwhile accusing the Nkosohene of Ejisu Traditional Council, Nana Kofi Poku of helping the students to break the school rules and regulations due to his relationship with them.

The GES representative Madam Cassandra said the board is going to take underground investigation on this issue and necessary action will be taken because reports of these cases are becoming habitual.

 

The Headmistress Of Ejisuman Senior High School Transferred The Headmistress Of Ejisuman Senior High School Transferred

The Headmistress of Ejisuman Senior High,Madam Grace Antwi has being transferred to Effiduase Senior High School.After 3 years of service to the school,she expressed her gratitude to the staff and all co-operating body in her administration.

During her tenure of office, the school’s facilties that were being lacked were under  construction.Currently,the school has gotten a library block,a new assembly hall and a beautiful entrance gate.In academics,she made effort with her school children for the  for the inaugurative postion of Ejisuman in the WAEC on Ashanti Region Roll.

In her speech,she was filled with joy,thanking the lord for how she had made with the school.She was grateful for the staff contribution to make this far.

 

Students Cause Chaos At Gyaama Pensan Secondary Technical Students Cause Chaos At Gyaama Pensan Secondary Technical

Students at Gyaama Pensan Secondary school have being reported of attacking the Headmaster,Kwadwo Boakye Yiadom.The students who are taking part in the demonstration are demanding the removal of the head teacher.

The students have threatened to set the school ablaze if the headmaster sets his foot in the school again.”Ever since the headmaster came to this school we have been recording poor performance in the final examination. We don’t want to see him again in this school, if he attempts we will set the school ablaze. His activities is affecting teaching and learning in the school and we can’t continue to fail our final exams” the students said.

As a result of the chaosity,tanks used at school are being destroyed,the headmaster’s poultry cages are gone,many stolen items from his office.The Police at Aboaso is currently adressing this issue so neccesary actions be taken.

A Delight For School Children At Asokore Mampong A Delight For School Children At Asokore Mampong

Weweso municipality M/A basic school at Asokore Mampong cheers today for the furniture donated by the minister of parliament at Oforikrom. The students mostly sat on bare floor to read and write. This caused inefficient learning by the students and the teachers complained as well. Read More

An Acca Affiliate At Age 22 An Acca Affiliate At Age 22

Ghana has got talents. A world wide record by Alexander Dankyi Asare the young graduate who became the Acca Affiliate at age twenty-two.Can you believe that he has not only completed his university or Acca at this age but has alsocompleted as the best in the whole country and the third best globally, in his batch?

Kumasi Academy Will Not Be Closed Down Kumasi Academy Will Not Be Closed Down

  The Ashanti Regional Minister had said earlier that authorithies were considering closing down kumasi Academy Thursday.

The Health Minister, Kwaku Agyemang Manu had said the school will not be closed as stated earlier. Adequate measures are being put in place to contain the situation which has so far cost government  GHS100,000.

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