GES launches ‘Lovely Minds Together’ in Tamale
‘Lovely Minds’ in collaboration with Ghana Education Service (GES) and Ministry of education is going to kick start a radio program dubbed ’lovely minds together’ under their technical support initiative.
On Thursday October 29 2020, the program dubbed ’lovely minds together’ was launched in Tamale aimed at helping children in rural communities to support learning and care opportunities for KG children to build themselves at the younger stage in terms of their education.
The program is one of the GES’s initiative and commitment to provide distance learning opportunities for all children in Ghana. This radio broadcast learning program will be delivered in 17 different languages and will also be aired in 8 regions across the country starting from November 5 2020.
The program was held at Tamasco Assembly hall in Sagnarigu but was also streamed live to all parallel venues in Bolgatanga and guests joined online across the country brought together Northern regional Director of education Dr. Peter Attafuah, Chairman of the Ghana education Council, Mr. Michael Nsowah the former Northern Regional Director Of Education, Alhaji Mohammed Haroon Kamboodia and traditional rulers to grace the occasion.
The minister of education DR. Mathew Opoku Prempeh who was the guest of honor and couldn’t make it to the program but spoke to the gathering via zoom said, government is ready to help the program to be a success.
In an interview with Sagani news, the northern regional director of education Dr. Peter Attafuah said the initiative took by ministry of education and ‘Lovely Minds’ will prepare the children in the rural communities to learn more at home.
On his part, the chairman of Ghana education service council, Mr. Michael Nsowah said this program is one of the GES initiatives to provide distance learning opportunities for all children in Ghana.
The former Northern Regional Director of Education Alhaji Mohammed Haroon Kamboodia and Consultant of ‘lovely minds together’ noted that the program will help children in rural communities especially in this era covid-19 where most students are staying at home.
Chief of Nyarishee Naa Abdulai Mahami who represents the traditional rulers at the program implore parents to make sure that their wards benefit from the program.
Source: Abdul Rahaman Alhassan