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Soale Razak Secures a Resounding Victory as TTAG President: A New Era of Hope and Progress

In a historic election held at the GNAT Hall in Kuforidua on the 28th of March, 2024, Soale Razak emerged triumphant, clinching the presidency of the Teacher Trainees Association of Ghana (TTAG) with an overwhelming 89.6% of the vote. Razak’s victory marks a significant milestone in the journey of TTAG, as he prepares to lead the association into a new era of change and progress for teacher trainees across the nation.

Razak’s remarkable win reflects not only his personal leadership qualities but also the trust and confidence bestowed upon him by the trainee community. As the former SRC president of Tamale College of Education, Razak brings with him a wealth of experience and a deep commitment to serving his fellow trainees. His vision for TTAG revolves around fostering unity, advocating for the needs of students, and driving positive change within the education sector.

In his thank-you message to the electorate, Razak expressed gratitude for the support and emphasized the transformative power of collective action. He pledged to work tirelessly to address the concerns and aspirations of teacher trainees, promising a brighter future for TTAG under his leadership. With slogans like “Servant Razak” and “Further Together,” Razak embodies a spirit of servant leadership and collaboration, seeking to unite trainees in pursuit of common goals.

The Teacher Trainees Association of Ghana (TTAG) traces its roots back to the 1980s and 1990s when students rallied for fair treatment from college management and the government. Since its inception, TTAG has been a beacon of advocacy, representing the interests of students in all 46 public colleges of education across the country. From addressing issues of welfare and academic support to advocating for policy reforms, TTAG plays a crucial role in shaping the landscape of teacher education in Ghana.

Razak’s presidency heralds a new chapter in TTAG’s history, one characterized by resilience, innovation, and inclusivity. With a mandate to champion the aspirations of teacher trainees, Razak is poised to lead TTAG into a future filled with promise and opportunity. As the association continues its mission to empower students and enhance the quality of teacher education, Razak’s leadership will undoubtedly serve as a catalyst for positive change, inspiring a generation of educators to dream big and achieve even bigger.

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