- Member of Parliament for North Tongu, Samuel Okudzeto Ablakwa, has paid salaries to some private school teachers in his constituency
- They are 570 teaching and non-teaching staff of all 45 private schools there
- He said that is to help support them in this coronavirus pandemic
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The MP for North Tongu, Samuel Okudzeto Ablakwa, has paid the salaries of 570 teaching and non-teaching staff of 45 private schools in his constituency.
He said after an interaction with the heads of the schools, he found out that unlike the public school teachers, the private school ones had not been paid since March.
Ablakwa indicated that it was a pity for the teachers to be left out in this pandemic times, therefore, he took the initiative to help.
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Many people have praised him for his initiative.
Nana, for instance, prayed for God’s blessing for Ablakwa:
Amandi was also full of praise of Ablakwa:
Ernest wrote that it is a great initiative by all standards:
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Paul says Ablakwa remains his mentor:
Obed says Okudezto is too much:
Peace also prayed for Ablakwa:
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Glover also said this is a good situation:
Meanwhile, the MP said the heads of the private schools have given him the assurance no teacher would lose his job at the time.
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