Toyota rewards 9 kids in art contest

Saturday, 19 March 2016 16:56

As part of efforts to unearth creativity in young children in Ghana, Toyota Ghana Company Limited has rewarded 9 kids who emerged winners in its 10th Dream Car Art Contest Awards Ceremony for presenting the best artwork intended to help solve problem in communities.

President John Dramani Mahama has dedicated his Doctor of Laws degree from the University of Aberdeen to the people of Ghana.

First and second year students of the Ghana National Senior High School [GHANASS] have been asked to go home from Saturday following Thursday's fire outbreak at one of the school's dormitories.

The governing board and staff of the Ghana Senior High School (GHANASS) in Koforidua are in a crunch meeting over Thursday's fire outbreak one of the school's girls' dormitories that has left at least 84 students 'homeless'.

About 500 pupil teachers in the Kadjebi District of the Volta Region employed by the government have not received salaries for four years of service; a situation that has left them agitated.

The Public Relations Officer at the National Service Secretariat, Ambrose Antsiwah Jnr., has swayed public concerns about the scheme’s policy asking service personnel to pay registration fees.

The Ghana National Association of Teachers (GNAT) wants all those complicit in the alleged fake certificate scandal that has rocked Ghana's educational sector to be arrested and prosecuted alongside the teachers.

The University of Aberdeen in the United Kingdom will on Friday hold a special convocation to confer on President John Dramani Mahama an honorary degree of Doctor of Laws (LLD) (Honoris Causa).

The validation process being undertaken by the Fair Wages and Salaries Commission (FWSC) in collaboration with the Audit Service, the Ministry of Finance and the Controller and Accountant General’s Department for workers within the Ghana Education Service is now expected to end on April 15, one month later than the originally scheduled date.

Approximately 75 percent of children in Accra Town, an island community close to Yeji in the Brong-Ahafo Region are not enrolled in school or getting proper education due the persistence of child labour.