Reverend Seth Mawutor, the Volta Regional Chairman of the Christian Council of Ghana, has instructed junior high school students who wrote the BECE to make excellent use of community libraries while they watch for their results.
He asked them to make use of the period at residence to learn broadly and engage in ‘priceless’ ventures.
Reverend Mawutor gave the advice when 182 graduates of Kabore tuition problematic in Ho have been inducted into the Kabore ancient scholars organization (KOPA).
He requested the pupils to use their time profitably and restrict all different types of bad practices like roaming and touring video centres.
Rev. Mawuotor advised them to be aware of their subsequent stage of education including; ‘this is not the end of lifestyles. You have to transfer forward and recognize that we’re in difficult times. Gazing movies all day or playing with the mobilephone all night will not help you’.
Mr Kafui Dzamefe, the countrywide Chairman of KOPA, asked the scholars to look for possibilities to serve their humans to accumulate some principal potential before going back to institution.
He said the association would monitor the graduates and guide them to identify and improve their expertise. GNA