Deputy Ranking Member on the Parliamentary Select Committee on Education, Dr. Clement Apaak has admonished BECE candidates in the rural areas not to let the challenges of learning materials at their various schools be barriers to their performance.
According to him, furniture deficit, and inadequate learning materials among others will continue to impede rural pupils, especially those in the Upper East Region, but those should not affect their performances
“BECE 2022 candidates, I know you have studied hard, some of you are under very challenging circumstances and unfavourable conditions. Nonetheless, you didn’t give up and your hard work will pay off. Focus, concentrate and give each paper your very best,” he admonished.
Apaak spoke to A1 Radio after he donated 660 mathematical sets to some pupils in his constituency.
“These 660 sets are to assist you, especially those who don’t have them. And I’m pledging that I will reward those who get single numbers. It has been my initiative since I became MP and I will continue to show such support to you all.”
In the Upper East Region, Nineteen Thousand, Nine Hundred and Ninety-Nine (19,999) candidates are taking part in this year’s 2022 Basic Education Certificate Examination (BECE).
Source: A1radioonline.com|101.1 MHz|Moses Apiah|Bolga East|Ghana