Mensa Otabil: Education Can Never Be Free. The General Overseer of the International Central Gospel Church, Dr. Mensa Otabil has waded into the controversial debate over the free education being promised by some of the political parties ahead of the December polls.
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Students of the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST) have demonstrated against the school’s authorities over poor security on campus. The peaceful protest which was lead by the two rival halls; Unity and Katanga halls was to register their displeasure about what they claim to be insecurity on campus.
Tertiary Students To Receive 100,000 Laptops UPDATE: Click here to see the list… The government is to distribute 100,000 laptops to tertiary students across the country to support their research work. President John Mahama, who made this known, said the presentation of the laptops to the students, which would begin by the end of this year, was to enable […]
The Presidential candidate of the governing National Democratic Congress, President John Dramani Mahama, has pledged to make basic education in Ghana completely free by 2016. According to him, the NDC as a social democratic party believes education is a right and there must be equity in terms of access and quality, “therefore by 2016, we intend to ensure that basic […]
NPP Doubts Credibility Of BECE Results The New Patriotic Party (NPP) has challenged the percentage of students that passed in this year’s Basic Education Certificate Examination (BECE). Out of the over 376, 000 candidates who sat the examination, 99.6% passed and will gain access to the country’s SHS and other vocational institutions.
Takoradi Polytechnic Gets First Female Registrar The Governing Council and Management of Takoradi Polytechnic have held a colourful ceremony to induct Mrs. Sylvia Beatrice Oppong-Mensah into office as the first female Registrar of the Polytechnic. Her appointment is in consonance with the provisions of the Polytechnic Act 2007, Act 745.