The Teacher Trainees Association of Ghana (TTAG) is set to hold its 25th National Annual Delegates Congress from Tuesday, 15th to Thursday, 17th December 2020 at the GNAT Village located at Ejisu, Abankro in the Ashanti Region of Ghana.
Delegates from the 46 public Colleges of Education are expected to arrive at the Congress grounds before the close of day on Tuesday, 15th December 2020 to commence proceedings for the national delegates congress.
Aside election of new National Executives Officers for the association, there will also be deliberations on key pertinent issues pertaining to the welfare of trainee teachers.
In an interaction with the News Desk, Mr. Fuseini Mohammed Adama, TTAG National Coordinator stated that “as one responsible for elections and transition, I am glad we are finally set to conduct elections and handing over. Our profound gratitude goes to our mother union, GNAT for their role in bringing us this far. A big thank you to the GNAT General Secretary, Mr. Thomas Musah, and other officials at GNAT for their support and guidance. We also appreciate the efforts of Mr. Larry K. Agbador and Mr. Anthony Dadzie for their selfless efforts in assisting GNAT to see TTAG remain stronger”.
“I wish to on behalf of the National Executive Council of TTAG, assure all delegates from the 46 public Colleges of Education that we have put in place the necessary mechanisms to ensure a successful Congress in marking the 25th anniversary of our beloved association. Trainees’ should be rest assured of a very resolute TTAG after this Congress. We, therefore, encourage all delegates to grace the occasion which kicks off on Tuesday, December 15, 2020”, he added.
Source: News Desk, Colleges of Education Weekly Journal