Madam Patricia Appiagyei, Member of Parliament (MP) for Asokwa and the Municipal Chief Executive for Asokwa, Chief Akwannuasa Gyimah on Monday morning toured centers where Junior High School Pupils are having their Basic Education Certificate Examinations (BECE).
The visit by the two high profile personalities as well some New Patriotic Party (NPP) functionaries including the Regional Organizer, Francis Adomako was to afford them the chance to encourage and psyche up the pupils before they sit for their first paper, English Language.
Interacting with one of the exams coordinators, Robert Gyamera before entering the main hall of the exams, the MP and MCE expressed satisfaction about the processes outlined.
The Coordinator said but for the early down pour the exam questions would have been on campus on time for them to start at exactly 9am.
Madam Patricia Appiagyei encouraging the pupils at the Assembly hall said the papers should not scare them.
She noted that they possessed the wisdom and knowledge to write and pass all the papers.
Madam Appiagyei charged the pupils to calm themselves down whiles they sit for the papers.
She reminded them that once they have studied and prayed nothing should worry them not to excel.
‘’I see in your faces victory in this year’s exams and my confidence stems from the fact that you have studied and prayed to excel in this exams’’, Madam Appiagyei noted.
Speaking succinctly at the hall, Chief Akwannuasa Gyimah urged the pupils to do their best in the exams.
He said the exams marks a milestone in their lives and noted the grades the get will determine the school they get to pursue Senior High School education.
Chief Akwannuasa entreated the pupils to therefore excel in the exams so they make full use of the free senior high school education the NPP has introduced.
‘’Your future will be shaped by the kind of performance you put up in this exams and whatever you want to be in future would be determined by the grades you get in the BECE’’, the MCE stated.
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