The ‘battle’ has not ended, keep your guards until you cross the finish-line – Dr. Adutwum tells Students 

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Dr. Yaw Osei Adutwum monitoring WASSCE Candidates (This picture was taken before Covid-19)
Dr. Yaw Osei Adutwum monitoring WASSCE Candidates (This picture was taken before Covid-19)

The Deputy Minister of Education in charge of Pre-Tertiary Education Dr. Yaw Osei Adutwum encouraged the 2020 WASSCE and BECE Candidates and Gold Track Students who have resumed school to strive harder since the ‘battle’ has not ended, and that they should keep their guards until they cross the finish-line.

His motivational message becomes very necessary at the time final year SHS students and Gold Track students were asked to resume school to write their exit examination and complete their semester respectively.

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It is another week on the academic calendar. I remind our candidates (both WASSCE and BECE) and the Gold Track students in our various Double Track schools that the ‘battle’ has not ended, and that they should keep their guards until they cross the finish-line.

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Dr. Adutwum reiterated that, we are not in ordinary times thus; encouraged students to be determined to face the strange novel Coronavirus pandemic as they have began in order to reach their destination in success.

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“As I constantly say “We are in trying times”. However, determined and prepared sailors reach their destination in success, no matter how rough the tides become. I know how rough our days are, I also know how determined and prepared our candidates and students are; and I surely know that together, and addressing issues one at a time, we shall sail through.

 

I also appreciate the good work of all the staff working in our various schools in the wake of COVID-19. They should continue the yeoman’s job; and state, society and posterity shall never forget them.”

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