Abuakwa North MP Schools BECE Candidates On CSSPS As She Donates Over 1,500 Pieces Of Maths Sets

Hon Gifty Twum-Ampofo popularly known in political circles as Hajia Kande, Member of Parliament(MP) for Abuakwa North Constituency and also the deputy Minister of Education in charge of Technical And Vocational Education And Training (TVET), on Thursday 10th September, 2020 donated a total of one thousand, seven hundred and twenty four (1,724) pieces of mathematical sets to all the BECE candidates and their mathematics teachers in the constituency ahead of their examinations this year.

Presenting the mathematical sets to the candidates, the Member of Parliament admonished the students to put their books first in all they do and study hard to pass their examinations so that they can benefit from the Nana Akufo-Addo led NPP government’s flagship Free SHS policy.




The honourable MP added that, candidates should take their time in selecting their preferred senior high schools to facilitate easy access.

She explained that, the government through Ghana Education Service (GES) has modified the Computerized School Selection and Placement System to give candidates the opportunity to select their preferred senior high schools after they are done with the examinations. This change allows candidates to choose their schools according to their performance in the subjects areas.

She therefore advised the candidates to laise with their teachers and parents during the school selection process to make the best choices.

Some of the candidates expressed their profound gratitude to the member of parliament for such a wonderful gesture she has shown them and promised to come out with flying colours.

Hon Gifty Twum-Ampofo finally held a prayer session to seek devine intervention for the candidates ahead of the examinations.

The honourable member of parliament since her assumption to office in 2015 has maintained this donation of mathematical sets to BECE candidates. A gesture she refers to as “mandatory” in her political career.


Source: Michael Akrofi, Eastern Regional Correspondent

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