July 26, 2017
The Member of Parliament for the Odododiodioo constituency in the Greater Accra region, Edwin Nii Lantey Vanderpuye has advised pupils and students in the region to take their studies seriously to enable them become responsible individuals for themselves, families and society at large.

According to him, education is the only key that has the potential to help the pupils and students unearth their talents to greater heights.

The MP said these when he interacted with members of the National Commission for Civic Education (NCCE) Club of the Eddy Grey Memorial School, Ablekuma in the Ablekuma South constituency on behalf of Dr Alfred OkoeVanderpuije, who is MP for the area.

Emmanuel K D-Baah, Senior Civic Education Officer at the Ablekuma Sub Metro said the Commission is committed towards educating the public on their civic responsibilities for the betterment of society.

According to him, the formation of Civic Clubs in schools serves as a vehicle for reaching out to pupils and students to understand their civic responsibilities and rights who will in turn educate others.

A teacher and patron of the NCCE Club at the Eddy Grey Memorial School Ishmael Neequaye said the objective of the club’s visit to Parliament was meant to practically expose the pupils to parliamentary proceedings.

The aim of the Club among other civic duties is to educate the public to be law abiding citizens.

Christian Kpesese/ ghanamps.com