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Dr. Clement Apaak supports BECE students with 732 mathematical sets

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Member of Parliament (MP) for Builsa South Constituency, Dr. Clement Apaak, has donated 732 mathematical sets to the Builsa South Education Directorate.

These mathematical sets are earmarked for distribution to students gearing up for the 2024 Basic Education Certificate Examination (BECE).

Richard Kazi, the Constituency Secretary, speaking on behalf of the MP, emphasized Dr. Apaak’s consistent dedication to education in the constituency.

“Dr. Apaak recognizes education as a crucial pathway for alleviating financial burdens on parents. By providing these essential tools, he aims to level the playing field and ensure every student can excel in their exams.”

Mr. Kazi further highlighted that Dr. Apaak’s commitment to education extends beyond material donations. “He has been actively involved in various educational initiatives, advocating for better infrastructure, supporting teacher training programs, and facilitating scholarships.”

During the presentation ceremony, Thomas Akanlisi, the Builsa South Education Director, expressed profound gratitude for Dr. Apaak’s unwavering support.

He underscored the critical role of the donation in easing the financial strain on families and boosting students’ confidence ahead of their exams.

Mr. Akanlisi assured the community of a fair and thorough distribution process, affirming that every student would receive the necessary tools.

The Basic Education Certificate Examination (BECE) is a critical milestone in the educational journey of Ghanaian students. Performance in this examination determines their eligibility for secondary education, which in turn affects their future career prospects.

Parents and community members who were present at the ceremony lauded Dr. Apaak’s initiative, with many expressing their heartfelt appreciation.

“This gesture means a lot to us. It shows that our MP truly cares about the future of our children,” said one parent.

Another added, “In these difficult times, every bit of support helps. We are grateful to Dr. Apaak for always thinking of us.”

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

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