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The Regional Director, Mr. George Anum Mensah advised the graduants to put their skills to good use

The Regional Director, Mr. George Anum Mensah, advised the learners to put their skills into good practice.

The quest to reduce illiteracy among Ghanaians and empower many to contribute their quota towards self and national development has been given a major boost with the graduation of over one hundred learners at the Ashaiman Municipality. The Non-Formal Education Division (NFED) remains at the forefront in the provision of functional literacy, to this effect citizens are called upon to avail themselves to be upgraded, especially those who were not privileged to enjoy formal education.

The call for peace in an electioneering year to Ghanaians will sink well with the icing on the cake completely laced with education. For this reason, the Division took the opportunity to request all to ensure peace before, during and after the election.


Income Generating Activities were displayed at the graduation ceremony

The graduates were not only taken through reading, writing and arithmetic in both Ghanaian and English languages, but given a down to earth training in Income Generating Activities (IGA). These include poultry farming and palm oil production, which were exhibited at the ceremony.

Stakeholders have always partnered the NFED in the provision of logistics at the community level. In this respect, the Late C. O. Marteye, the former Proprietor of Mart Academy was singled out and celebrated for accommodating a GHABA classroom upon their ejection from a church premise. However, Imams, Pastors and Hon. Emmanuel Agboson also came up specifically for mention for allowing their Mosques and Churches to be used as facilitation centers.

The graduation ceremony was on the theme, “Promoting public awareness on literacy and peaceful co-existence in As


Municipal Head requested for support

haiman municipality” A call was made by the Municipal Coordinator of the NFED to the inhabitants of Ashaiman to take the opportunity offered by the Division to embrace functional literacy to help curb social vices.

The Municipal Coordinator entreated all to restrict themselves to the rules governing elections in Ghana, as the country goes to the polls on the 7th December, 2016 to elect Parliamentarians and President. Adding, he indicated that peace was paramount to national development. However, the Municipality is faced with logistical challenges, such as classrooms, chairs and tables for learners. The Municipal Coordinator called on stakeholders to come to



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