Civic Education clubs, in the Sene West District of the Bono East Region, have been urged to take the study of Ghana’s 1992 Constitution, seriously.
District Director of the National Commission for Civic Education (NCCE), Mr Cletus Y. Suuk, made this call
during a debate organized by his outfit in collaboration with the Presdel International School, in Kwame Danso.
The debate held on the motion, ‘The Constitution of Ghana Protects the Rich and Punishes the Poor’, pitched the Male students of the school’s Civic Education Club against their female counterparts. Either party strived to impress the 3-member panel of judges, namely; Messrs. Dennis Amaniampong, Martin Amoah and Fomeca Caesar, all school club patrons.
Mr Cletus Suuk noted that, “it’s about time we start learning more about what’s in our Constitution from the basic levels at school. By doing so, we get to know much about the dos and don’ts of our motherland Ghana and this would help reduce crime across board”.
Proprietor of the school, Mr Awufo Dramani Dauda expressed his gratitude to the NCCE for the establishment of the club in his school and adds that, “this has impacted positively on members by making them law-abiding”.
The Commission presented copies of the abridged version of the 1992 Constitution to the contesting parties’ whiles the proprietor donated a number of exercise books to them.
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