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Bolgatanga East DCE expresses displeasure over late start of Independence Day parade

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The District Chief Executive (DCE) for Bolgatanga East, Albert Agana, expressed his displeasure at teachers and school heads for their lateness during the Independence Day celebration.

Mr. Agana criticized them for arriving late despite a communiqué sent by the Assembly, notifying them of the early start at 7 am.

Mr. Agana revealed that a considerable number of educators and administrators disregarded the schedule and showed up around 8:30 am, which not only disrupted the planned proceedings but also had adverse effects on the students participating in the parade.

The prolonged exposure to the harsh morning weather took a toll on the assembled students, rendering some unfit for the march.

He highlighted that three students from different schools fell victim to the situation, their enthusiasm dampened by the prolonged wait.

The DCE emphasized the importance of adherence to communicated schedules, especially for events as significant as Independence Day celebrations.

He therefore underscored the need for coordination and punctuality, urging educators to prioritize the well-being of their students.

Source: A1Radioonline.com|101.1Mhz|Moses Apiah|Bolgatanga|Ghana

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