Soale Razak elected TTAG president for the 2024/25 academic year

Soale Razak

Soale Razak, a level 400 student teacher of the Tamale College of Education located in Northern Zone (Tamale) has been elected as the Teacher Trainees’ Association of Ghana (TTAG) National President with 89.6% of the total vote cast.


In a thank you message to the electorate after the election held at the GNAT Hall in Kuforidua on the 28th of March, 2024, he pledged to work tirelessly to address the concerns and aspirations of teacher trainees, promising a brighter future for TTAG under his leadership.

The newly elected TTAG president and former president of the Student Representative Council of Tamale College of Education (TACE-SRC) on March 16, 2024, filed nominations to be the leader of the Teacher Trainees Association of Ghana

Declaring his candidacy in a viral video, Soale Razak acknowledged the efforts of past TTAG administrations and underscored the need for an experienced leader with satisfactory track records to manage the next administration of the association.

According to him, his interest lies in the leadership of service and fighting for the welfare of prospective teacher trainees in the 46 government Colleges of Education (CoE) across the country.

“Since the establishment of the Teacher Trainees’ Association of Ghana (TTAG), the association has been characterised by metamorphosed leadership, with the respective crop of leaders setting standards within their aptitude


Proud teacher trainees across the country, the past few months have had nothing to do with me but sober reflection on the vision of our noble association.

A vision that will set new higher standards for our association, one that transcends mere meetings and exhibitions of our educational excellence at our various institutional levels.

This is a vision that will solicit representation at our student-political dispensation to echo the plights of students and seek amelioration,” the level 400 student of the Tamale College of Education stated in the video.

Speaking to the press after submitting his nomination forms, he noted that he is presenting himself to serve and not to be served while seeing his decision as a clarion call to duty.

“I am not here to seek my interest as an individual, but for our collective good as teacher trainees. Students of TACE can attest to my achievements and contributions to the student front, and when elected as TTAG President, the interests and aspirations of invaluable teacher trainees in Ghana shall be well represented through tangible projects and initiatives,” he stated.


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