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Deputy Education Minister Tours WASSCE Centers

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The Deputy Minister of Education, Rev. John Ntim Fordjour as of Monday September 13, 2021 toured 10 WASSCE centers during the ongoing 2021 WASSCE.

Scheduled to tour some centers in Eastern, Greater Accra and Central Regions, the schools toured so far include O’Reilly SHS, Tema SHS, Achimota School, Okuapeman SHS, Mount Sinai SHS and Akropong School for the Deaf.

The rest are Mampong PRESEC, Methodist Girls SHS – Mamfe, and Aburi Girls SHS.

The Deputy Minister, on his tour of the centers, inspected exam centers, addressed students, inspected ongoing infrastructure projects, visited dining hall and some food stores and interacted with Heads of schools and staff.

He remarked during the tour that “WASSCE is taking place smoothly at all centers with no incidents nor violations. It’s gratifying to note also that all the schools visited have adequate stock of food items. My interactions with students and Heads of Schools afforded me a deeper appreciation of ongoing infrastructure projects and their dedication to improve on outcomes”.

“I cherished in particular, my visit to candidates with hearing and visual impairment. Indeed Ghanaian students are better positioned for a brighter future with the worthy investment put into the flagship Free SHS policy”, he added.

The Deputy Minister’s monitoring schedule continues to other Central Region and of course, in Assin, his beloved home.


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