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17.02.2009 Education

Heads of schools urged to encourage students to shape themselves


Heads of junior and senior high schools have been urged to encourage their students to watch ministerial vetting by Parliament because this could help shape them to become good and responsible citizens and leaders.

Mr Enos Kofi Galevo Agyeman, a Deputy Director at the Ho Municipal Education Directorate, said this at the Volta Regional showcase of Project Citizen-Ghana in Ho.

The Project seeks to make the youth conscious of the political climate and what pertains in their communities and how they can help resolve problems and challenges.

The four-day programme was organized by the National Commission for Civic Education with support from the Hanns Seidel Stiftung for 16 junior and senior high schools in the Volta Region.

Mr Agyeman said many students were living reckless lifestyles in schools and needed to change those lifestyles before they become public officials