Member of Parliament for Atiwa East and Minister of State at the Finance Ministry, Abena Osei-Asare, has urged students in the Atiwa East Constituency to rest assured that their hard work today will have broader impacts beyond personal achievements tomorrow, for the advancement of their communities and the Ghanaian society.
Abena Osei-Asare said these words when she addressed 2024 Basic Education Certificate Examination candidates as a part of her working visit to the examination centers in Atiwa East District.
She toured the examination centres at Anyinam, Moseas, Akyem Sekyere, Akyem Kadewaso, and Enyeresi.
All 1,614 candidates from 60 public and private schools in the district are sitting for the 2024 exams.
Addressing the candidates, the MP acknowledged their hard work & determination so far as they sit for the exams.
She urged the candidates to carry the hopes and pride of their communities.

Abena Osei-Asare reiterated that the government is committed to nurturing young minds and fostering academic excellence that will have a lasting impact on the community, adding that she is poised to facilitate the development of young people in Atiwa East.
According to her, the district’s good performance in the B.E.C.E. exams is a testament to her efforts and those of other stakeholders.

The District Director of Education, Madam Pearl Acquah, emphasized that the supportive measures implemented in the district, such as the MP’s initiatives, have been identified as the secret to the excellent performance in the area.
She said the district is committed to ensuring academic success, as there are plans to raise the standard of education to the highest levels.

Later, Abena Osei-Asare presented furniture comprising 600 dual desks to over 20 schools in Atiwa East district to improve the learning and teaching experiences of pupils and teachers.
Speaking to a cross-section of the media in an interview, she indicated that, with support from the government, she is poised to invest in the future of the next generation.

The District Director of Education, Madam Pearl Acquah, expressed concern about some of the negative narratives on social media. She praised the MP’s unwavering commitment to supporting education in the catchment area.

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