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Guinea calls on Ghana’s Assistance in Education


The Guinean Ambassador to Ghana, H. E. Mr. Arafan Kabine Kaba, has called on the Minister for Education, Prof. Naana Jane Opoku-Agyemang to deliberate on issues of enhancing Guinea’s education system.

Mr. Kaba said Guinea has decided to partner with Ghana to help improve upon their education due to the good progress made in the latter’s education landscape.

He also noted that the proximity of Ghana to his country was the main determining factor for considering the nation as the destination for their teachers and students to learn the English language.  

Ambassador Kaba lauded Ghana’s school inspection and support supervision at the primary and secondary school levels, and requested Ghana’s support in training Guinean teachers and leaners from the primary to the tertiary levels in the English language.

The Guinean envoy also called for support for technical education in his country, and pledged his country’s readiness to reciprocate the gesture by training Ghanaian teachers in French.

He lamented the drop in relationship between Ghana and Guinea after the death of the first President of Guinea, Mr. Sekou Toure.

Welcoming Ambassador Kaba’s to her office, Prof. Opoku-Agyemang pledged to liaise with the relevant agencies under her Ministry to actualize Guinea’s request.

Prof. Opoku-Agyemang observed that there are no perfect countries anywhere. She said countries all over the world share and learns from each other to develop. Ghana, she said, has very good institutions for training teachers.

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