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GNAT chairman cautions teachers to refrain from jokes that could inflame Nkwanta South conflict

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GNAT chairman cautions teachers to refrain from jokes that could inflame Nkwanta South conflict

Maxwell Jokoh, the leader of the Ghana National Association of Teachers (GNAT) for the Nkwanta South district in the Oti Region, has warned teachers to avoid making jokes or indulging in behaviors that might cause conflicts with students during their contact hours.

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Due to an inter-tribal dispute involving three ethnic groups, some schools in the Nkwanta South township and nearby areas have been closed since November last year.

The calm has returned, and schools have resumed.

Mr. Jokoh emphasized the importance of instructors promoting peace during class hours to encourage children to stay in school and focus on learning when teachers and students return to school.

He complimented the police for their vigilant patrols and presence in schools, assuring teachers and children of their safety.

Mr. Jokoh urged those instructors who had left town to return to school, adding that their safety was guaranteed.

 

 

 

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