Wednesday, September 11, 2013


Pupils in the Tano South District of the Brong Ahafo Region have been urged to devote their time on books and also attend school regularly and respect their teachers in order to become useful assets to their parents and the country as a whole after completion of school.
This advice was contained in the address the Tano South District Chief Executive Hon. Bukari Zakari Anaba gave to the pupils in some schools he visited to mark “MY FIRST DAY AT SCHOOL” which is always observed on the first day of re-opening of school every beginning of the academic year.
The visit afforded the DCE the opportunity to interact with fresh pupils who had entered KG1 and Primary 1 for the first time and on behalf of the president, presented goodies (biscuits, toffees, etc) to the pupils.
The Tano South District Director of Education, Mr. Prince Yeboah Marfo also in his speech advised the pupils to remember their first day at school as that would go a long way to help them to remember what they are in for and entreated them to have good values that would help them too become future leaders of the country.

The District Director promised that his outfit would do all that it takes to work and supply the needed logistics to the teachers to enable them prepare their lesson notes well and teach the pupils to understand and grasp the tuition accordingly.