Re-orient students you teach to help fight corruption – FRANCO trained-teachers urged

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By Lorlornyofm June 12, 2018 13:03

Re-orient students you teach to help fight corruption – FRANCO trained-teachers urged

Newly graduated trained-teachers of the St. Francis College of Education (FRANCO) have been advised to re-orient students they teach by instilling in them good moral values to help in the fight against corruption.

According to Justice Justin Kofi Dorgu, the recent wave of expose carried out by investigative journalist Anas Aremeyaw Anas should serve as a caution to all sectors, warning that no one knows who will fall victim to the corruption crusader’s exposes.

 

Speaking on behalf of Her Ladyship, the Chief Justice of Ghana, at the 11th Congregation of St. Francis College of Education, Justice Dorgu noted that the fight against corruption could better be achieved if the country re-orients children of school-going age.

He said teachers are better-placed in moulding students they teach by instilling them good moral values and using themselves as examples.

The Principal of St. Francis College of Education, Mr Raphael Kodzo Kwashie in an address highlighted some of the challenges bedeviling the school. Key amongst them is the encroachment of the college’s land and called on the Hohoe Municipal Assembly and the Gbi-Traditional Council to assist FRANCO in securing their land for future expansion.

The 11th Congregation ceremony saw a total of total of 255 students graduating with diploma in Basic Education certificates.

Two students graduated with First Class Honours, while 100 had Second Class Upper. One Hundred and three graduated with Second Class Lower; 43 with Third Class, while seven graduated with Pass.

Raul Onorion Seddoh was adjudged the Overall Best Graduating Student. He also won the Best Student award in Science/Mathematics programme.

Other award winners include: Samuel Vita, Best Student in General Studies; Larry Kofi Agbador, Most Innovative Student (Class of 2017) and Ernest Donkor, Best Behaved Student (Class of 2017).

 

Story by Isaac Kwesi Mintah

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