Rt. Hon. Speaker Alban Sumana Kingsford Bagbin has requested that watchmen raise their wards to God-fearing standards since young people are blessings from God.
The Speaker, all together, a couple of people and staff of Parliament, and various dignitaries, including the Public Chief of the NDC, were at the Catholic Action for Street Youth, where he went during that time on Saturday to remember his 65th birthday festivity with tenants of the CAC at Adjei Kojo, near Ashaiman in the Unique Accra region.
Speaker Bagbin asked the children to do their absolute best and stay locked in spite of the challenges of life and where they track themselves down.
He asked them not to allow anybody to divert them from their objectives, to zero in on their tests, and to seek after their fantasies with energy.
The Speaker, who is known for noble causes and charity, pushed on the meaning of giving as a trade off and brought up that all ought to zero in on the requirements of the less advantaged in the public eye to ensure the wholistic progression of the overall population. In this vein, he implied plans to sometimes foster an overall school for deep-rooted learning.
The Rt. Hon. Speaker gave a collection of things worth GH50,000 and a cash endowment of GH50,000 to the center.
The tenants of the center table invited guests to music, stanza introductions, and a sketch about strategies in Parliament, and they passed kind words on to the Speaker. The Speaker was given different great gifts made by the young people.
The center's crucial point is to plan street young people in spot making, sewing, cutting, style, articulations, craftsmanship, expressive format, and schooling classes, among others.
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