22.02.2008 Education

3, 720 Dollars School Handed Over To Ghana Education Service (GES)

22.02.2008 LISTEN
By ISD (Samuel Afriyie Sakyi) YENDI.

The Yendi District Chief Executive, Alhaji Habib Tijani has called on parents to take care and special interest in their ward's education to enhance civilisation and quality standard of living.
He said, the can-do-it attitude being emphasised by the Ministry of Information and National Orientation should be adhered to by all and sundry in the community. He stressed that, children were the greatest assets and future leaders and since society was dynamic, their education should not be neglected to the detriment of posterity.
Alhaji Tijani was speaking at the handing over ceremony of Zohe English Islamic School to the Ghana Education Service last Wednesday.
In an exclusive interview with the DCE, he said, the project falls in line with government's educational reform policies in collaboration with UNICEF, who are the donor partners.
Alhaji Habib Tijani said,  Area Council Officers of the Assembly were in the rural communities where case studies were being done on deprived areas to sensitise chiefs, PTA's, opinion leaders and women of substance to project the true meaning of education in their respective communities.
Additionally, he commented that, the children were already enjoying free tuition interlaced with special packages to deserving students and in that circumstance, parents should advise their children to take good care of government structures and properties.
However, he advocated that, the citizens in the communities should see the National Health Insurance Scheme as a government roadmap to a successful health care delivery.

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