The newly installed Adontehene of Apinkra in the Bosomtwe district who is also the Assistant operation manager in Ghana Forestry Commission of offinso district Nana Brobbey Kwakye Asare I said Education is his “biggest priority” for the community.
Speaking to Akoma FM’s Kwame Yeboah in an interview, Nana Brobbey Asare said, it has been an “absolutely unimaginable year” for “everybody in education”.
He argued that the “loss of learning” is “the thing we have got to focus on now as a society”.
“School children have put up with incredible privations in order to help us – the whole country – get through and our future as a country depends on us now repaying that generation, making sure they get the education they need.
Hence education can give us new skills, technology too is continually changing the way we live and work, we can always learn new skills and processes to become better leaders or improve the way we do things.
Education has become invigorating! If work is starting to feel a little monotonous, attending a professional development class can help re-energize you and your staff.
He therefore says he will help the youths to get job in both private and government sector if the opportunity comes.
Source: MyGhanaMedia.com / Kwame Yeboah