Jephthah Nana Kwame, a level 400 student of the Bia College of Education unanimously has been elected as the new President of the Teacher Trainees Association of Ghana (TTAG) for the 2023/2024 academic year.
Nana Kwame was elected as the National President of the Teachers Association at the 27th National Delegates Conference held in Wiawso College of Education, in the Western North Region of Ghana on January 11, 2023.
Captain Jephthah Nana Kwame took over from Jonathan Dzunu, the immediate past President of the Teacher Trainees Association of Ghana (TTAG) at a handing-over ceremony held at the Wesley College of Education, Kumasi.
In his address at the handing-over ceremony, former TTAG President, Jonathan Dzunu said “At this moment, I urge all to give your maximum support to our new leader, Jephthah Nana Kwame to lead the Association into desired height,”
Jephthah on his part commended the management of the Bia College of Education delegates, families and friends who duly supported his dream to be the national president of the Teacher Trainees Association.
“To fight the good fight is one of the bravest and noblest of life’s experiences. Not the bloodshed and the battle of a man with a man but with the grappling of mental adversaries that undermines the inner calibre of the fight,” he quoted.
The newly elected President added “as I step into this new role, I am aware of the expectations that our constituents have of us. we have a mandate to ensure that our voices are heard and our interests represented at all levels
We must work tirelessly to improve the welfare of teacher trainees, promote academic excellence and champion the cause of teacher trainees in 46 public Colleges of Education across the nation, of Ghana.”