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UHAS students stranded; as lecturers join UTAG Strike

By: KALD|MyKuulFMonline| Sept., 18, 2017 Some lecturers at the University of Health and Allied Sciences (UHAS) in the Volta Regional capital, Ho have suspended  lectures on Monday in support of the strike action declared by the national leadership of  University Teachers Association of Ghana UTAG. Students who were transported to …

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Long queues at campuses, as Free SHS begins

By: KALD|MyKuulFMonline.com| September 11, 2017 The much awaited free Senior High School policy implementation took off with a lot of anxiety among prospective beneficiaries and their parents, who thronged the various schools in the Volta region, commence admission processes at their respective schools on Monday. Checks at some schools within …

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3rd Nneka SUMMER CAMP records high Participation

By: Shalom Lumor|MyKuulFMonlone| Sept 1, 2017 It was a success worth celebrating when over 2,878 children gathered at the Nneka Youth Camp for the third edition at Ve-Agbome in the Afadjato South district. The camp, dubbed World Changers camp, saw over 2878 teenagers with 1582 girls and 1296 boys from …

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Pagus hosts maiden summer camp in Ho

By: Shalom Lumor| MyKuulFMonline About 85 children between the ages of 6 to 18 within the Ho municipality have participated in the maiden edition of the Pagus: Africa Center for Achievement summer camp 2017 held at the Volta Regional capital. The children drawn from the Ho suburb of Lokoe and its environs …

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GOVCO graduates 1,316 new teachers at 10th Congregation

By: Shalom Lumor| MyKuulFMonline The Peki College of Education in (GOVCO) the south Dayi district of the Volta last Saturday held its 10th Congregation to award Certificates to trainees who successfully completed the 3-year in Basic Education programme. Also the Phases 5 and  6 of the Untrained Teachers’ Diploma in …

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UNICEF Tippy Taps Project gains ground in Volta region

By: Shalom Lumor| MyKuulFMonline|July 27, 2017 The United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF) and Unilever Ghana Limited joint Tippy Taps Project has made tremendous progress in the Volta Region, with 10 percent drop in diarrhea diseases.  Dr. Joseph Teye Nuertey, the Volta Regional Health Director has confirmed that, the region has …

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Gov’t urged to expedite transfer of Mission schools back to Churches

By: KALD|MyKuulFMonline.com Government has been urged to expedite processes towards handing over of all mission schools back to their churches. This follows the persistent demand by the various religious missions in the country to take back the control and management of their schools. Consequently, government after a number of stakeholder …

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POTAG asks Gov’t to shut down technical varsities, if…

By: KALD| MyKuulFMonline| July 5, 2017 The Ho Technical University (HTU) chapter of Teachers of Technical Universities and Polytechnics (POTAG) has asked the government to close down all 10 technical universities and polytechnics across country if it is unable to immediately constitute new governing councils for the institutions. The governing …

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School heads warned against thwarting Free SHS policy

By: GBC Ghana The Minister of Education, Dr. Matthew Opoku Prempeh, says it has come to his attention that some staff of the Ghana Education Service, including heads of schools, are scheming to thwart implementation of the government’s free Senior High Education Policy. The government’s flagship educational ppolicy is scheduled …

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Nestle schooled Parents on good nutrition habits for Children

By: Precious Wilson| Kuul FM News| June 19, 2017 A Guidance and Counseling Director at the Municipal Education Directorate, Lena Mawunyo Doh has urged parents and guardians to cultivate the habit of properly feeding their children with the right balanced diets. According to her, most parents have become negligent towards …

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