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Tano South MCE calls for peace and unity among Ghanaians

botchway March 13, 2019


The Municipal Chief Executive (MCE) of Tano South in the Ahafo Region, Mr. Collins Offinam Takyi, has reiterated the need for Ghanaians to embrace and reinforce peace and unity to help make life better for all.
According to him: “Ghana is at a point where peace and unity is needed more than ever, since that is the only way the government can successfully implement its numerous development agenda for the benefit of all Ghanaians.
“There can never be development anywhere in the world when there is absence of peace and unity among the people. We must cherish the peace and unity we are enjoying, and all efforts must be made to jealously guard against any acts that may disturb the state of affairs,” the MCE stated.
Mr. Takyi was speaking at the 62nd Independence Anniversary parade on Wednesday March 6, 2019, at the Presbyterian Senior High School Park, Bechem. This year’s anniversary was on the Theme: “Celebrating Peace and Unity.”
Touching on the country’s unique identity, the MCE stated: “Ghanaians are one people despite cultural, religious and political differences; there is no point allowing petty squabbles to disintegrate us.”
He further explained that Ghana is a country where everyone feels a sense of belongingness, and it, therefore, makes it very important that “we co-exist peacefully to develop the country for the sake of ourselves and generations yet unborn.”
On the Free Senior HigTano South MCE calls for peace and unity among Ghanaians
The Municipal Chief Executive (MCE) of Tano South in the Ahafo Region, Mr. Collins Offinam Takyi, has reiterated the need for Ghanaians to embrace and reinforce peace and unity to help make life better for all.
According to him: “Ghana is at a point where peace and unity is needed more than ever, since that is the only way the government can successfully implement its numerous development agenda for the benefit of all Ghanaians.
“There can never be development anywhere in the world when there is absence of peace and unity among the people. We must cherish the peace and unity we are enjoying, and all efforts must be made to jealously guard against any acts that may disturb the state of affairs,” the MCE stated.
Mr. Takyi was speaking at the 62nd Independence Anniversary parade on Wednesday March 6, 2019, at the Presbyterian Senior High School Park, Bechem. This year’s anniversary was on the Theme: “Celebrating Peace and Unity.”
Touching on the country’s unique identity, the MCE stated: “Ghanaians are one people despite cultural, religious and political differences; there is no point allowing petty squabbles to disintegrate us.”
He further explained that Ghana is a country where everyone feels a sense of belongingness, and it, therefore, makes it very important that “we co-exist peacefully to develop the country for the sake of ourselves and generations yet unborn.”
On the Free Senior High School (SHS), the MCE underscored that its implementation is aimed at ensuring that all Ghanaian youth are provided with quality education and life-long earning opportunities, stressing: “This is in no doubt the surest way to ensure the advancement of our democracy, and the development of the country at large.”
He announced that the government was set to roll out a new standard based curriculum from kindergarten to primary six.
He noted that this curriculum has drawn the best practices from over the world, and will focus on making Ghanaian children confident, innovative, creative thinkers, digitally literate, well rounded and patriotic citizens.
Mathematics, science, reading, writing and creativity, he said, will, therefore, be at the heart of this new curriculum.
h School (SHS), the MCE underscored that its implementation is aimed at ensuring that all Ghanaian youth are provided with quality education and life-long earning opportunities, stressing: “This is in no doubt the surest way to ensure the advancement of our democracy, and the development of the country at large.”
He announced that the government was set to roll out a new standard based curriculum from kindergarten to primary six.
He noted that this curriculum has drawn the best practices from over the world, and will focus on making Ghanaian children confident, innovative, creative thinkers, digitally literate, well rounded and patriotic citizens.
Mathematics, science, reading, writing and creativity, he said, will, therefore, be at the heart of this new curriculum.

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