Rev. Quansah counsels students against exam malpractice


Reverend Darrius Isaac Quansah, General Overseer of the Works of Christ Global Ministry has called on the final year Senior High School students to avoid engaging in any form of malpractices during this year’s West Africa Senior-School Certificate Examinations (WASSCE).
He said engaging in examination malpractices would not only affect the credibility of the examination, but lead to the cancellation of the papers.
Rev. Quansah made the call at the 10th anniversary celebration of the church at Adenta in Accra on Sunday on the theme ‘Arise and Shine’.
He noted that the sanctity of the WASSCE for school candidates was important hence the need for all to join hands to ensure that it was smooth and without any malpractice.
The General Overseer said ‘chew and pour’ during examination would not help them and that it was commitment to their books and hard work that would help them to excel not only in their examinations, but life in general.
He advised the candidates to think innovation and entrepreneurship to make a difference in society.
Rev. Quansah said the church would put up a school and a hospital to complement government’s efforts of providing quality education and healthcare for all Ghanaians.
He said the church had also founded Agape Foundation, a Non-Governmental Organization (NGO) which would seek to support the brilliant but needy in the society.
He called on religious leaders to use the pulpit to educate their members on government’s policies and programmes.

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