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Stakeholders Urges To Safeguard Schools Lands From Encroachment


Mr Joseph K. Agyemang ( Atwima Nwabiagya Municipal Education Director) in the Ashanti region has made passionate appeal to all stakeholders in the country to help safeguard schools lands from encroachment to foster future development and effective education.





Intereacted with Media after Monitoring of ongoing Wassce at Toase shs and Nkawie Sec Tech he emphasized as appeal to Nananom who are custodians of the lands to help encroachment as the public have turned most schools as trading centres and eventually becomes owners of the allocated land for schools.





Afterwards Benjamin Kwarteng of Otec fm /Mabesh TV news editor asked Mr Joseph K. Agyemang his final advice for the Wassce candidates as encouraged them to do well and also cautioned them from any examination malpractices
He also advise teachers not to involve themselves in examination malpractice and desist from leakages of the questions papers
He thanks teachers in the municipal for devoted themselves during this covid -19 era
Long live Ghana





Mr Joseph K Agyemang, Atwema Nwabiagya municipal Education Director

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