Chief of Tanyigbe traditional area, Togbe Kodi Adiko IV has sponsored breakfast for the basic education certificate examination candidates in his community to help them write their papers with ease.
The young ones have started their Basic Education Certificate Examination (BECE) across the country. They need our support to pull through the next five days as they prepare for the future.
At Tanyigbe, the following provisions were made for the kids, each child received a new mathematical set. They also arranged for the SHS bus to shuttle them to the exams center at Tokokoe every day so that none of them would have to walk that distance
We are also providing them with breakfast (packed food) for the five days
Togbe Kodi Adiko IV in his statement said he always try to be home every year to accompany them to the exams center just to encourage them.
But he could not make it this year, but he joined them via Zoom and had a quick pep talk, assuring them that we are rooting for them and have confidence in them. Rev. Nestor Agbenyega was there in person and shared a prayer with the them.
The kids are our future; we need all hands on deck to mould them and give them a greater shot at a bright future. If you know a child who is writing the BECE at home, please call them and wish them well" he said
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