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“stop blaming Akufo-Addo government, take responsibility of your life” ~ Presby Moderator

The Moderator of Presbyterian Church of Ghana General Assembly Rt Rev Professor Joseph Obiri Yeboah Mante has criticized Ghanaians strongly for always depending on government for their survival as if the government gave birth to them. He therefore urged Ghanaians to take responsibilities of their needs and stop blaming leaders when things are not going on well.

He made this comment when he joined Presbyterian Nursing and Midwifery Training College to graduate more than 700 students at Dormaa Ahenkro in the Bono Region and later joined Management of Dormaa Presbyterian Hospital to commission Antwirifo Health Center and Renovated chapel at the hospital.

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The moderator however advice graduans and others to be ambassadors of Presbyterian goals and also be hardworking wherever they are posted.
Government too must rethink about training Senior High leavers for health employment since plenty batches of nurses are still at home .

The Chairman for the occasion Barima Efiritete Sampong Siaw who is a Mawerɛhene for Dormaa Traditional Council said he don’t when to hear any of the graduates joining association called ‘Unemployed Graduates Association of Ghana’ instead of youth finding something to do rather forming unecessary associations.

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The Principal of the school Mr Charles Agyeman Prempeh(Sir Charles) highlighted some new programs the school is introducing early next year.

Filed by: Agyawusu Barima Dormaa FM Dormaa-Ahenkro

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