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GhaTT punches TTA, on the moral right to disagree with Mahama’s cancellation of national service

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Ghana Teacher Trainees (GhaTT), a trainee association has punched Teachers and Trainees Advocacy (TTA) for their controversial press release which sparked fire two days ago.

In a Facebook post, GhaTT questioned the morale rights TTA have, to disagree with Mahama’s decision to cancel the licensure exams and the one year mandatory National Service which they, TTA did not take part. The statement added that, “we are glad that, teacher trainees in ghana disagree with the licensure examination and national service”.

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Below is the Facebook post.

Oh so which people belong to TTA?
Is it not ludicrous for this group who are full of teachers and not teacher trainees to dictate to teacher trainees?

What moral right do they have, to say they disagree with H.E John Dramani Mahama’s decision to cancel the licensure exams and the one year mandatory national service of which they did not take part in?

Some people do not think smart. They went through the process successfully to become teachers under John Mahama’s government.

However, for the role of sycophants and bootliggers, they continue to wish that others pass through the difficulties they never experienced.

I am glad that, teacher trainees in ghana disagree with the licensure examination and national service.

Teacher Trainees are wise and they have the power for 2020!

Nasrullah Ibn Mutawakil
Ghana Teacher Trainees(GhaTT).

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