Ghanaian teachers have been requested to assist in Seychelles.
H.E. Wavel Ramkalawan, the Island’s president, stated this.
He claimed that the move was required in order to improve his country’s educational system.
He made these remarks after receiving his accreditation from Ghana’s Ambassador to the island nation, H.E. Charles Asuako Owiredu.
H.E. Wavel Ramkalawan, the President of Seychelles, has urged that more Ghanaian teachers be sent to his country to help improve the school system.
Five Ghanaian teachers have already arrived in the country, and their high-quality work and timely delivery are understood to have prompted this request.
In the near future, there will be an agreement to that effect.
This was revealed when H.E Charles Asuako Owiredu, Ghana’s Ambassador to Seychelles, presented President Ramkalawan with his accreditation at the State House in Victoria.
Before submitting his credentials and having a brief meeting with the President, he was received with a full diplomatic welcome, including a military guard of honour and red carpet honours.
Following the meeting, H.E. Owiredu remarked that his discussions with President Ramkalawan focused on ways to deepen the two nations’ current connections for the mutual benefit of their peoples.
He added that his meeting with the president went well and that the main topic of discussion was how to enhance the relationship further.
Seychelles is a 115-island archipelago in the Indian Ocean off the coast of East Africa.
There are numerous beaches, coral reefs, and nature reserves, as well as unusual wildlife such as massive Aldabra tortoises.
Victoria, the capital, serves as a gateway to the other islands.
It also boasts beaches like Beau Vallon and Anse Takamaka, as well as the Morne Seychellois National Park’s alpine rainforests.
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