Trainees of Wesley College of Education Levied for beds and School projects - Trainees Call For Help

Trainees of Wesley College of Education Bullied by Management, levy them for bed and school projects which they deem not appropriate.

  • The levying of student teachers in the various campuses are becoming rampant day in day out.
  • Recently, there was a news item alleging that Level 100 student teachers of Atebubu College of education (ATECOE) have being asked to come along with Plastic chairs each, when resuming for the second semester of 2022/23 academic year.
  • This got parents/guardians and some politicians taking as to why and how a teacher trainee who is in to be trained asked to bring a plastic chair.
  • As this matter holds unsettled, another info reaching us from Wesley College of Education Kumasi, indicates that the level 100 female trainees have being levied Ghc15.00 (for mops) on their arrival on May 29, 2022 for the second semester of the academic year before beds were given out to them.
  • After paying the said amount for the beds, they were once again levied for an amount of Ghc100.00 and later Ghc30.00, summing up to Ghc 130.00 in the name of School project (Pavements in the school).
  • According to a student we had an encounter with whose identity can not be disclosed for one or two reason/s, the Management of the School did not end their “extortion’’ by going an extra mile to give them coupons (to be taken to the township of Kumasi), expecting an amount of Ghc 200.00 each from the students in addition to the already taken monies from them.
  • Student trainees of the Said Institution deem this inappropriate and consider it as a hooligan.
Management is just being unfair to us, how do you extort all these monies from us and give us coupons to be taken to Kumasi township for Ghc 200.00 meanwhile you know for sure we are not allowed to be going to town on daily basis. 
Since when did the responsibilities of Management and government become our burdens, one student questioned while crying. 
  • The Students of Wesley College of Education are therefore seeking for interventions from the media, politicians, individuals and stake holders involved as a matter of urgency to come to their aid.

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