Creator Schools hold graduation
According to him, basic education was the first step in attempting to find solutions to the enormous problems that plagued the world today.
Dr Hopeson was speaking at the 30th Anniversary/Speech and Prize-giving Day and the 18th graduation of pupils of Creator Schools in Tema.
He noted that the nation was faced with a growing need for mature people with sharp skills for problem-solving to take up high positions in the country to effectively grow the economy and provide leadership roles for the development of the nation.
He encouraged single parents to deal with bitterness and not to pass this on to their children who, one way or the other had no hand in their problems.
He further appealed to the graduates to take advantage of the opportunities they had derived from their long stay in the school to become its ambassadors.
Rev. Mrs Comfort Chemfe-Adjarko, Managing Director of Creator Schools, commended the management and staff of the school for their dedicated service and commitment.
She paid tribute to the memory of her late husband and all the departed teachers who in one way or the other supported the vision to nurture Creator Schools to that height.
By Samuel Tei Adano, TEMA