The Deputy Minister of Education, Hon. Dr. Yaw Adutwum has admonished candidates
for this year’s Basic Education Certificate Examination at St. Andrews Junior high school to eschew
examination malpractices and other social vices in their quest to move up the educational ladder
in other note to jeopardize their promising futures. He made these remarks when he visited the final
year candidate of St. Andrews Junior high school ahead of their third day of the BECE.
The main objective of the visit, according to the Deputy Minister of Minister, was to encourage
the students to do the best they could in the exams so as to ensure safe progress in their academic
pursuit and advised the students to be confident in their abilities and strive to perform well in the
examination and they are working hard to make sure every student will have space for the free school
in September. He stressed that they have not yet received any information from the WAEC
over the registration of foreigners and they are waiting for WAEC to bring the official results
so that they can work on the issue. The headmaster of St Andrews senior high school, Mr Philip Aidoo in an
interview with the Media added that the Deputy Minister visits the school has motivated the students and advise
the students to focus on the exams.
Story By: Prince Baffour Asamoah