Reverend Seth Mawutor, Volta Regional Chairman of the Christian Council of Ghana, has advised junior high school students who wrote the just ended BECE to make good use of community libraries while they await their results.
He asked them to use the period at home to read widely and engage in “useful” ventures during the waiting period.
Reverend Mawutor gave the advice when 182 graduates of the Kabore School Complex in Ho were inducted into the Kabore Old Pupils Association (KOPA).
He asked the students to use their time profitably and avoid all sorts of negative practices like roaming and visiting video centres.
Rev. Mawuotor urged them to concentrate on their next level of education, adding that “this is not the end of life. You must move forward and know that we are in challenging times. Watching movies all day or playing with the phone all night will not help you.”
Mr. Kafui Dzamefe, the National Chairman of KOPA, asked the students to look for opportunities to serve their people to acquire some essential skills before going back to school.
He said the Association would monitor the graduates and guide them to identify and develop their talents.