Politicians asked to give students peace to learn


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Mr Shaheed Ahmed, Board Member of Casbe International School, has reminded politicians that they owe it as a duty to create a peaceful and conducive environment for students to learn

Sunyani, Sept. 15,
GNA – Mr Shaheed Ahmed, Board Member of Casbe International School, has
reminded politicians that they owe it as a duty to create a peaceful and
conducive environment for students to learn.

He said as
Ghanaians prepared for the December general election, it behoves on
stakeholders, especially political players to be circumspect in their
utterances and campaign activities in order not to throw the nation into chaos
to disturb the education of the students.

Mr Ahmed gave the
reminder in an interview with the Ghana News Agency at the school’s premises in
Sunyani.

He said: “Our
current crop of leaders could not have rose to the top if the nation had
experienced political upheavals, so it is fair that they ensure same sound
environment for our future leaders to learn and become responsible citizens to
take the mantle.

“Posterity will not
judge us right if we fail in this direction.”

Mr Ahmed urged
parents to spend time to monitor and supervise their children’s studies at home
while fulfilling their financial obligations for the provision of quality education.

He advised students
to be disciplined and take their studies at home and school seriously, to
achieve greater academic success to meet the local and the global markets.

The Board member
paid tribute to the Chief Executive Officer of the School, Mr Michael Bossman,
for his high sense of patriotism by providing affordable and quality education
for the children of Brong Ahafo and beyond.

GNA


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