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TEIN-COHK end of year general meeting held on December 1, 2018 at the Community Health Lecture Hall has sent shivers down the spines of the rank and file of the TESCON fraternity, as hundreds of people trooped into the Great Hall of college to grace the meeting.
The meeting was held on the theme “REPOSITIONING TEIN-COHK FOR VICTORY 2020”
The invited guests for the meeting were the Kintampo North and South constituency executives of the NDC.
The president for TEIN-COHK, Wakom K. Emmanuel, who delivered a short speech lamented the delay in the issuance of Membership identification cards to members.
He said there is a Ghc5.00 dues for each TEIN member per semester and admonished all of them to honor it to resource the association to ensure effective and efficient organization of TEIN activities on and outside campus.
Wakom further encouraged members to criticize the executives constructively regarding some challenges currently confronting the association.
The Deputy Youth Organizer for Kintampo South, Bagbin also entreated members to preach the good news about TEIN and NDC every where they find themselves. He also advised members to be diplomatic in addressing issues of TEIN.
The Deputy Communications Officer for Kintampo North, Pascal challenged members to expose the inept, highly corrupt, insensitive and braggadocios talkative Nana Addo-Bawumiah led NPP government on the so called RESTORATION OF TRAINEES ALLOWANCES which government has consistently failed to honor after the pop and pageantry that characterized the restoration of these allowance.
He also admonished members to let the public know that government pronouncement of restoring trainee allowance has worsened the plights of students as parents/guardians no longer give them pocket money when coming to school with the excuse that government would pay them allowances.
The Youth Organizer for Kintampo North who is also the Founder of TEIN-COHK acknowledged the hard work from of Michael Fianyo (POTENTIAL), the Communications Officer for TEIN-COHK and the deputy financial officer.., Dr AB for acting on behave of the entire executives whiles they were away on clerkship. He encouraged the members to be up and doing.
Following the meeting, it appears fear and panic have gripped TESCON-COHK because of the good number of students who turned up for the meeting. An indication that their government have failed health trainees in particular and Ghanaians as a whole.