Nana Esuako said this at a forum organized by level 400 practicum II Group I Students of Counselors and Psychology of the Department of Education of University Education, Winneba (UEW) for students of the Agona Swedru Senior High School.
The students were sensitised and counseled on the negative implications of Occult practices.
It was on the topic The Practice of Occultism in Schools, its implications to the lifes of students.
The Chief said the youth are the future work force of the country and should pay to their education.
He urged them to desist from indulging in occult practices for it will not help them.
In a presentation, the group suggested to students to seek counseling from the appropriate quarters and avoid associating with friends, who can mislead them.
He urged the students to join Science and Mathematics and Debating clubs to improve their knowledge.
Mr Barnabas K. Adofo chairman of the group said occultism practice has badly affected some youth, adding that some have become armed robbers, prostitution.
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