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Meet The Female Teacher With No Arms; Madam Enyonam

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Meet The Female Teacher With No Arms; Madam Enyonam

Most of us and I mean some of us, most often that not we are not even sure of where we got the inspirations from that urged us and I mean some of us to reach the height that are now and to better understand what life means to us.

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We may at time seeks inspiration to prove that life has more to offer us, but we are mostly been tempted to look outside our common boundaries thereby been touched with this remarkable personality that I am so obsessed to meet who is in the shape of Madam Enyonam whom I share the same profession with. I don’t just see her as a colleague teacher but an INSPIRATION therefore this piece!

We were all in this country, when a senior high school graduate was given a brand-new car for reasons easily thrown to thrash by everyone that heard it. My question is, has Free Senior High School occupied us that much to blind us of the woes of the Ghanaian teacher who goes to school to teach every day with agony in his heart?

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Ghana is indeed a country not to die for oo! Hmm

Madam Enyonam, notwithstanding being truly tested without any arms to encourage her every day profession which is in the hands of looters has become a motivation to individuals like myself and many others who are in one way or the other when a photograph of her holding a chalk with her lips to compose on a board found its way on the internet.

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Madam Enyonam, a teacher at Adoagyiri R/C school in Kasoa strengthened the story that incapacity isn’t powerlessness after a photograph of her holding a chalk with her lips to compose and show school students circulated around the iternet in 2018.

Notwithstanding having no arms to compose on a white board while instructing, Madam Enyonam is seen holding the tip of a marker with her mouth to compose.

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This exertion, paying little heed to the huge test has many praising the educator for conquering the trouble to move information to her students The amazing message the teacher passes on goes past the ordinary.

Madam Enyonam is additionally showing her understudies how to be pioneers, move out of their usual ranges of familiarity and beat down the challenges in life to become victors.

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All things considered, what one jars possibly become noticeable when they set out to be phenomenally extraordinary. Enyonam characterizes genuine flexibility even with a conspicuous test.

Additionally amazing, is the message that there are despite everything individuals who have not left the framework; individuals who are happy to shape brains and standards paying little heed to the overwhelming difficulties present.

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Ideally, more individuals would be urged to look past what ever weakens them to affect society decidedly. Like myself and many others we celebrate this living legend, and we say Thank You Madam Enyonam!

Source: www.GhanaCNN.com

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Education Ministry Cautions Against Payment Of Money To Secure School Placement

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Education Ministry Cautions Against Payment Of Money To Secure School Placement

The Education Ministry has warned the public against the payment of money to secure their preferred choice of school during this year’s computerised school placement into second-cycle schools.

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In a statement issued by the Ministry and signed by its Spokesperson, Kwasi Kwarteng stressed: “Kindly be reminded that, the School Selection and Placement process is purely on merit and no other consideration whatsoever.”

Reports are rife that some guardians and parents pay bribes to get their wards into grade A&B schools in the CSSPS placement of students.

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Meanwhile, the Ministry has assured the public of a transparent, equitable, and merit-based placement process.

Source: www.GhanaCNN.com

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Contacts of Ghana Education Service Regional Head Offices

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Contacts of Ghana Education Service Regional Head Offices

The Ghana Education Service (GES) was established, as part of the Public Service of Ghana, in 1974 by NRCD 247 and was subsequently amended by NRCD 252, 357 and SMCD 63.

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Under the forth Republican Constitution of Ghana, these earlier legislations have been amended by Acts of Parliament, including Act 506 (1994) and Act 778 (2008).

The GES is governed by a fifteen-member Council called the GES Council.

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These are the contacts of the various contact of GES Regional Directorates:

GES Headquaters – 0302662977 or 0302683690 or 0302683691   Post Office Box M 45, Accra

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Greater Accra  – 0302663111     Post office Box M 148, Accra

Eastern Region – 0342022643 – Post Office Box M 90, Koforidua

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Central Region  – 0332132844 – Post Office Box 110, Cape Coast

Western Region – 031212046427 – Post Office Box M 346, Sekondi

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Volta Region  – 0302026463 or 0302026464 Post Office Box M 46, Ho

Ashanti Region – 0322024781 Post Office Box M 1906, Kumasi

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Brong Ahafo Region – 0352023607 Post Office Box M 30, Sunyani

Northern Region  – 0372023165 Post Office Box M 101, Tamale

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Upper West Region – 0392022018 Post Office Box 95, Wa

Upper East Region  – 0382022485 Post Office Box M 110, Bolgatanga

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NSS Releases Posting For 2022 Batch of Trained Teachers

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NSS Releases Posting For 2022 Batch of Trained Teachers

The Management of the National Service Scheme (NSS) has released postings for Fifteen Thousand, Five Hundred and Seventeen (15,517) trained teachers to undertake their national service for 2023/2024.

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The NSS in a press statement dated January, 20,2023, stated that the newly trained teachers are required to log into their portal, https://www.nss.gov.gh to print their placement and appointment letters.

“The management of the National Service Scheme (NSS) has today, 20th January 2023, released postings of a total of Fifteen Thousand, Five Hundred and Seventeen (15,517) trained teachers who enrolled to undertake their mandatory national service for the 2023 /2024 service year.

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“All eligible trained teachers are required to log onto the Scheme’s website at https://www.nss.gov.gh to check their placements and proceed to print their appointment letters for endorsement by respective user agencies.,” part of the statement read.

The statement also added that management further directs the prospective service personnel to begin their national service on February 6, 2023.

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Read the full statement below;

Source: www.GhanaCNN.com

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