Work hard and take advantage of the Free SHS policy – Ho MCE urges BECE candidates.
The Municipal Chief Executive (MCE) for Ho, Hon. Divine R.K. Bosson, and the Volta Regional Director of Education, Mr. Francis Yao Agbemadi, paid a special visit to the Basic Education Certificate Examination (BECE) candidates as the exams commenced on Monday, 8th August 2023. The visit aimed to show support and encouragement to the students during this crucial period.
Addressing the candidates, both the MCE and the Director emphasized the significance of hard work and dedication in achieving academic excellence. They urged the students to give their best in the exams and seize the opportunity to benefit from the Free Senior High School policy provided by the government.
The BECE is an essential milestone for students transitioning from basic education to the next phase of their educational journey. Hon. Divine R.K. Bosson and Mr. Francis Yao Agbemadi highlighted that success in these examinations opens doors to higher educational opportunities and sets the stage for a brighter future.
The MCE and the Regional Director also expressed their confidence in the capabilities of the candidates and encouraged them to stay focused and remain positive throughout the examination period. They assured the students of the support of the municipal and regional education authorities in their educational pursuits.
As the exams commenced, students expressed gratitude for the visit, stating that the words of encouragement inspired them to do their best. The presence of the MCE and the Regional Director provided reassurance and motivation to the candidates, fostering an atmosphere of determination and confidence.
The Ho Municipality and the Volta Region remain committed to ensuring quality education and empowering the youth for a better tomorrow. The MCE, the Regional Director of Education, and other stakeholders extend their best wishes to the candidates, hoping for an exceptional performance that will pave the way for a promising future.
By: Richmond Abake – PRO
Photo Credit: Francis Agbesi Dey.