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Hon. Rev. John Ntim Fordjour Donates Examination Materials To BECE Candidates

As the 2022 Basic Education Certificate Examination get near, the member of parliament for Assin South Constituency who dublous as the deputy Education Minister, Hon. Rev. John Ntim Fordjour has advised all BECE candidates across the country most especially, those in Assin South District to eschew fear and all examination malpractices that may lead them into trouble.

The deputy Education Minister therefore entreated all BECE candidates within the district and the country as a whole to make friends with their books and to also burn the night candles since it’s nearly two weeks to the examination so they can come out with flying colors and be placed in their preferred chosen Senior High Schools and TVETs.

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He also admonished all basic school teachers both Public and Private sectors for preparing the candidates for the awaiting Basic Education Certificate Examination (BECE) and asked God to replenish all what they have spent in preparing the Candidates towards the Examination.

He stated these after he donated examination materials such as mathematical set, Pen, Pencil and eareser to the Education directorate in Assin South district which is to be shared among all candidates within the district.

Mr. Alex Adjei, the Deputy Director Of Education for Assin South after receiving the examination materials donated by the Deputy Education Minster, Hon. Rev. John Ntim fordjour, expressed his profound pleasure for making it possible this year too since it is not his first time to have donated examination accoutrements to the District.

He therefore send his best of luck to the Candidates and entreated all candidates to eschew fear and panic but to see the exams as accountability time.

Story filed by Kofi Tutu, Bohyeba FM, Nyankumasi Ahenkro

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