The GES Directorate recognizes Effutu Municipality retirees.

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Retirees have been urged to take care of themselves, exercise with caution, selectively attend programs because not all invitations must be honored, and ultimately maintain good health.

Mrs. Mabel Judith Micah, the Effutu Municipal Director of Education, stated, "You have successfully retired; it is time to tell the whole world that you are resting."

She was speaking at a ceremony for 16 non-teaching and teaching employees of the Ghana Education Service (GES) who will retire in 2022 in the Municipality.

They each received a certificate, gifts, and an undisclosed sum of money, while additional awards were given to those who performed exceptionally well.

Due to the significant impact their service to Ghana had on the lives of the people, Mrs. Micah wished them a happy retirement.

The retirees' work had an impact on the lives of students because the teaching profession and its related work were focused on making a difference in society.

She stated, "Those little things work together to make a big difference in the lives of others."

Mrs. Micah praised them for their dedication and accomplishments, stating that the GES would always remember them.

She prayed for God's blessings and thanked everyone who helped make the program memorable.

In a gesture of solidarity, Mr. Godfred Agbakplor, the Effutu Zonal Chairman of the National Association of Graduate Teachers (NAGRAT), praised the retirees for contributing significantly to the improvement of the country's human resource base through education.

He stated, "Ghana must begin to take realistic and practical steps towards incentivizing the educational worker to give their all like other sectors are enjoying." "The role of the educational worker is so crucial and sensitive."

According to available data, "when a worker enjoys good service conditions, the worker retires with joy, and that alone promotes longevity."

"We want our teachers to always retire well and live longer so that we can continue to benefit from their extensive knowledge and expertise," the organization states.

Neenyi Kobina Ebo Ghartey, who presided over the event on behalf of Neenyi Ghartey VII, Paramount Chief of Effutu Traditional Area, praised the retirees for preparing Ghana's citizens for leadership roles in the future and prayed for God's continued blessings.

On behalf of the retirees, Mr. Peter Joojo Owusu Panford thanked the Directorate for the honor and requested that similar occasions be held annually.

The Don Bosco "A" Junior High School Choreography group and the Winneba Secondary School Choir entertained the audience with songs and choreography demonstrations.

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