HON REV JOHN NTIM FORDJOUR HAS ADVICED AND ENCOURAGE VISUALLY IMPAIRED STUDENTS NOT TO BE DISCOURAGE BY THEIR DISABILITY.
In a recent tour of the Ahafo Region, Hon. Rev. John Ntim Fordjour, Deputy Minister for Education, extended a heartfelt message of encouragement and empowerment to visually impaired students. His visit, which coincided with the ongoing BECE Examinations, aimed to inspire these students and highlight the strides being taken in the education sector.
Accompanied by Mrs. Lucy Ankrah, the Ahafo Regional Director of Education, Hon. John Ntim Fordjour visited the Bechem Presbyterian Senior High School and Serwaah Kesse Girls SHS in the Tano North and South Municipality. This gesture underscored the government’s commitment to ensuring that every student, regardless of their background or ability, receives equal access to quality education.
During his tour, Hon. Ntim Fordjour inspected the ongoing BECE Examinations, demonstrating his dedication to monitoring the educational progress of the students. His involvement also spoke volumes about the government’s active interest in the success of these young minds.
One of the highlights of his visit was the commissioning of a 300-bed capacity dormitory at Yamfo Anglican Senior High School, Tano North Municipality. This infrastructure development showcased the government’s investment in creating conducive learning environments for students across the nation.
In an exclusive interview, Hon. Ntim Fordjour expressed his well wishes for all BECE candidates and assured them of the continued support of the free SHS policy. This policy plays a crucial role in ensuring that financial constraints do not hinder students from pursuing their education further. Additionally, he emphasized the significance of the Technical and Vocational Education and Training (T-VET) Program, which caters to students interested in acquiring practical skills.
However, what truly resonated was Hon. Ntim Fordjour’s poignant advice to visually impaired students. He urged them not to be discouraged by their present circumstances but to steadfastly pursue their dreams and aspirations. This message of empowerment underscored the importance of self-belief and resilience, reminding students that their abilities far outweigh any challenges they may face.
In conclusion, Hon. Rev. John Ntim Fordjour’s tour of the Ahafo Region brought to light the government’s commitment to education and its dedication to ensuring equal opportunities for all students. His words of encouragement to visually impaired students serve as a beacon of hope, reminding us that with determination and support, anyone can overcome adversity and achieve greatness. As the nation continues to strive for educational excellence, Hon. Ntim Fordjour’s message echoes loud and clear: disabilities do not define a person’s potential; it is their determination and hard work that truly matter.