The Central Regional Minister, Nana Ato Arthur, has advised parents to cut-down on their spending on funerals and other social activities to enable them care for their children. He said "Posterity will never pardon us if we left these children in a situation worse than we find ourselves."
Nana Arthur said this at the 45th Speech and Prize Giving-Day of the Nsaba Presbyterian Secondary School at Nsaba under the theme, "Discipline Bedrock of Academic Excellence."
He appealed to parents and other stakeholders to invest more in the education of the youth and said, "This will enable them take-over the mantle of state in future." "Parents in particular have a stake in this noble task and should make investment in their children education their top most priority," he said.