MP is lauded for supporting Agotime Ziope’s educational goals

In recognition of Mr. Charles Agbeve, the local member of parliament, for giving education-related matters top priority, the Conference of Heads of Basic Schools (COHBS) leadership and the Education Directorate in the Agotime-Ziope District of the Volta Region have honored him with a citation.

The citation, which was jointly signed by Mr. David Kweku Bosah, the district education director, and Mr. George Gbedema, chairman of the Agotime-Ziope District COHBS, listed many educational initiatives the MP had started.

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On World Teachers Day, the honor was presented at the District’s inaugural Teachers Awards ceremony.

The citation listed some of Mr. Agbeve’s contributions, which included paying for remedial lessons for pupils taking the West African Senior Secondary Certificate Examination and allocating GHC 27,500 to fund education monitoring and the Education Directorate’s electrical expenses.

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Being the doer that you are, you were once more present to provide financial assistance for the planning of a BECE summit for candidates across the district in an effort to raise educational standards and produce one of the finest BECE results between 2018 and 2019. Our District placed second in the Volta Region’s District Performance League Table as a result of your intervention, according to the statement.

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The statement enumerated some key aspects in the educational sector, which received support from the MP, such as infrastructure and coordination, among others.

Mr Agbeve, in an interview with the Ghana News Agency assured to offer his best to his constituents in all aspects of development.


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