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NDC government establishes six colleges of education-N/R education Director



The Northern Regional Director of the Ghana Education (G.E.S), Alhaji Mohammed Haroon has dismissed claims that government has failed to fulfill promises in its 2012 manifesto to build five new colleges of education. On the contrary, according to the director, government has established five new colleges of education.

He mention Saint Vincent college of education in Yendi, Gabaga college of education in the East Mamprusi district of the northern region, Al-Faruk college of education in Wenchi, Lime Lighted College of Education in Western Region, Saint Ambrose college of education and the sixth one situated in Bole to take care of the western corridor in the northern region has been awarded on contract.

The northern regional GES director who was speaking on behalf of the education minister Professor Nana Jean Opoku stated this in Zabzugu during the celebration of the Zabzugu senior high school 25th anniversary and first prize given day.

Education infrastructure he added has been augmented by the NDC government with the building of 123 new community senior high schools which will give access to many children in Ghana.

Alhaji Haroon said his outfit has received 100 beds, 2000 mattresses, 3000 teachers table and chairs, 5000 mono desks and 5000 dual desks to be distributed to all senior high schools in the region.

The directorate Alhaji Haroon said, has also received 47 000 note books, test books and chalk for distribution to schools in the region.

The GES director urged students to be on their best behavior because as he put it, it is the bane for success. He also pleaded with the staff to continue to be role models for students.

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