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John Mahama Sends Strong Message To Teachers Ahead Of The 2024 Election

John Mahama has sent a message to the teachers in Ghana ahead of the 2024 general election. John Mahama, the National Democratic Congress (NDC) party’s presidential candidate, has promised not to make empty promises, in contrast to the NPP administration of President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo and Vice President Dr. Mahamudu Bawumia. He thinks the economy is in shambles right now. Mahama, in contrast to the NPP administration, has stressed his determination to not make empty promises.

John Mahama Sends Strong Message To Teachers

His remarks are in reaction to the many pre-tertiary educators who have voiced their worries about the negative impact on instruction and student achievement that comes from lacking basic facilities. During his ‘Building Ghana We Want Together Tour,’ Mahama made it clear at a Town Hall meeting in Tamale that he will not make promises he cannot keep because of the present economic situation.

Among the many promises made by the Akufo-Addo-Bawumia government but never delivered on, he singled out the promise to build factories and dams in every district. In light of the current situation, he suggested that his government, should it be elected, provide financial assistance to pre-tertiary educators for classroom accommodations.

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Incentives to remain on campus will help cut costs and create an atmosphere where they can do their best work. Since the economy is in shambles, Mahama cannot guarantee a pay raise to all of his employees, as he has previously stated. “Unlike those deceitful individuals who went to heaven promising to construct factories in every district and dams in every hamlet, I will not be one of those people.

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For that reason, I will not guarantee you a raise in pay.”And so we have taken note of the difficulties pre-tertiary teachers are going through, and I’ve suggested some of the solutions, and one is that we’ll help with accommodation in schools so that more teachers can stay in school.”

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