5 Garrison Pupils Seek God’s Guidance

SONY DSCA thanksgiving service has been held for this year’s Basic Education Certificate Examination candidates of the 5 Garrison Education Unit, Burma Camp, Accra, to ask for God’s guidance for them, as well as make the examination, incident-free.

It was organised by the La-Dade-Kotopon Municipal Directorate of Education, headed by Mrs. Evelyn Owusu-Oduro, in conjunction with the Armed Forces Education Unit, under, Lieutenant Colonel J. K. Baah-Tsiquaye, the Chief Garrison Education Officer.

In a sermon, the Rev. Jonathan Betty, of the Temple of Glory Ministry, Lashibi, and Public Relations Officer of the Education Directorate, assured the pupils that they would succeed if they prepared spiritually and physically, for the exams.

He, therefore, urged them not to lose faith or panic, “but trust in God to see you through the session”.

Rev. Betty advised them to obey the rules governing the examinations to advance to the next stage of the academic ladder, and reminded them, not to forget their alma maters, whatever levels they get to.

Lt. Col. Baah-Tsiquaye, exhorted the pupils, equally to desist from malpractices, be disciplined, and observe the rules of the exams, and not to indulge in vandalism and rowdy behaviours in their schools, when they complete their papers.

On behalf of the Military High Command, the Director of Armed Forces Education Directorate and the La-Dade-Kotopon Directorate of Education, he wished them a resounding success.

The Centuries International Chocolate Festival Organisation, promoters of various brands of cocoa products, donated some of the products to the pupils, to boost their mental alertness during the examinations.

The presentation was done by Mr. Benjamin Fordjour, the Chief Executive Officer.

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