The Director of Marketing of the Graphic Communications Group Limited (GCGL), Mr Franklin Sowa, has advised students to take advantage of the Junior Graphic National Essay Competition to develop their intellectual and writing abilities.
The Deputy Public Relations Officer of Ghana Education Service (GES), Mr Anthony Kwaku Amoah, has urged parents to increase their support for their children’s education. That, he said, would give their children the peace of mind to concentrate on their studies to achieve quality education.
Mr Amoah was speaking when he donated a carton of 50 boxes of chalk to the Metsrikasa D/A Basic School in Akatsi North District.
Dr Innocent Kwashie Adzamli, a Cardiothoracic Surgeon at the National Cardiothoracic Centre of the Korle -Bu Teaching Hospital, has advised parents to send all newly born babies to the hospital to be examined by a competent doctor for congenital heart diseases.
Dr Adzamli explained that with thorough checks by a medical practitioner, babies with heart problems would be diagnosed early for the appropriate treatment to fix their ailing hearts.
The Rector of the Saint Peter’s Cathedral Basilica in Kumasi, Rev. Monsignor Gabriel Acheampong, has admonished students of the St Louis Demonstration Junior High School to live by the code of ethics of the school to guarantee the continuation of their education in the school.
He said the code of ethics of the school was comparable to a Constitution of a nation, so any breach could warrant one's expulsion from the school.
Schoolchildren at the Kanda Cluster of Schools have been sensitised about the effects child marriages have on girls and their future development.
The programme was organised by the Ghana Non Governmental Organisation Coalition on the Rights of the Child, (GNGOCRC), in collaboration with the Ministry of Gender, Child and Social Protection to celebrate the International Day of the Girl-Child which fell on October 11, 2017.