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Education Ministry Refutes Rumors of Teachers and Nurses Trainee Allowances Cancellation

The Ministry of Education has firmly denied recent reports claiming the cancellation of allowances for teachers and nursing students. In a statement released today, the Ministry categorically dismissed these claims as false and baseless, reiterating their commitment to supporting the training of teachers and healthcare professionals.

The statement addressed the rumors that had specifically mentioned Hon. Dr. Yaw Osei Adutwum, the Minister for Education, alleging his involvement in the decision to terminate the allowances. The Ministry clarified that any statement attributed to the Minister regarding the cancellation of these allowances is entirely untrue.

“We understand the importance of supporting and prioritizing the training of teachers, and the government remains committed to providing necessary financial assistance in these areas,” the Ministry emphasized.

The Ministry also urged the public to rely on accurate and verified information from official sources, such as the Ministry of Education, government press releases, and trusted news outlets. By doing so, individuals can stay informed about education and healthcare matters without being misled by false rumors.

It is essential to address misinformation promptly, as false reports can cause unnecessary anxiety and concern among teachers and nursing students who rely on these allowances to support their education. The Ministry’s statement aims to reassure them that there are no plans or intentions to terminate these vital allowances.

As the Ministry of Education continues to prioritize the development of the education sector, the government remains committed to ensuring the availability of financial support for teachers and nursing trainees.

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