VIDEO: Teachers from Colleges Of Educations Went With The Worse Results - Napo


The Minister of Education and Member of Parliament for Manhyia South, Hon. Dr. Mathew Opoku Prempeh has in a video which is fast trending on the internet referred to all College of Education attendants as 'below average' performers.
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In the interview which was hosted by Omanhene on Kesben TV's Maakye show, the Honourable Minister of Education categorically stated that, "CoE Students went with the worse results, went with four passes instead of six passes".

To him, CoE leavers found themselves over there because they could not meet the requirements of the Universities.

This has however generated 'heat' on almost all Social Media platforms as to why such comment should be made by him since there are some students who went to Training College with A's and B's without C's or D's.

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Does this mean the teachers from the CoEs are not going to be posted automatically but rather the University graduates?

Watch the video below:




Source: www.hitnewsgh.com//Cee Jay//

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  1. If comments like this are coming from the mouth of an educational minister then I'm sorry he doesn't know his work as education minister. This super incompetence.

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    1. I agree with u. He talks any how. He thinks it all people who can afford university education. He should come and see my wacce result . God forgive him he doesn't know what he is saying

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  2. If he knew what is was saying, why didn't he posted the teacher trainee degree holders. Shame on him. Confused medical doctor in position as minister of education.

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  3. Such foolishness from a minister of what oh Ghana.

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  4. Its not his fault. When black man gets power that is the way they go about insulting people.

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  5. May Miley bite that man one day. Sometimes we keep quite not because we don't know what to say but we consider our leaders as our fathers.
    Let our education minister remember that respect is reciprocal.

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  6. Thanks Nap.what you're saying also meansthat principal's and lecturers admitted are worst.

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  7. If people like napo is lifted from no where to a ministerial position that's how he will talk.........let's blame him not

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  8. Enough of his comments about teachers. The minister should compare his result that sent him to the University to colleagues from the CoE before making such comment.

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  9. If this is his saying, what about those of us who passed out from CoE n still passed the GTLE?

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