NGO wishes success to BECE candidates
Sunyani (B/A), April 14 GNA - The Christ Universal Evangelism Network (CUEN), a Sunyani-based Non Governmental Organization (NGO), has wished best of luck to Junior High Schools' candidates sitting this year's Basic Education Certificate Examination (BECE).
This year's BECE begins on Monday, April 19, 2010 nationwide.
CUEN has for a couple of years now been organizing annual prayers for God's guidance and protection to enable BECE candidates to go through their examination successfully.
This was contained in a statement signed by Evangelist David Thomas Aboagye-Mensah, President of the Network and made available to the Ghana News Agency (GNA) in Sunyani on Tuesday.
It said believing that the students had adequately prepared and were determined to pass well, God would see them through just as he saw Israelites passed through a number of difficulties including walking through the Red Sea.
The statement said by the great mercies of God and the power of the blood of Jesus, the students would be unstoppable in their determination to pass with distinction their first external examination.
Evangelist Aboagye-Mensah prayed for God's grace, power and anointing to come upon the candidates and exhorted them to be conscious to the spirit of God in the examination room.
He said they should not be afraid nor be dismayed but rather stayed focused to tackle the questions.