Bishop Emmanuel Sarpong,Chairman of Apostolic Bible Theological Institute has thanks government for his good work of free Senior High School (SHS) and Nation-building corps (Nabco) policy and calling Ghanaians to support him especially Members of Parliament (MP) and minister for Ghana better future by even organize the vocational classes for the double track system students who just returned from school to cover more topics of their syllabus.
He begins his speech by pleading Nabco’s workers to be self-devoted and void lackadaisical means of work but have the appetite and hardworking attitude wherever they posted them to help our country development not just receive salary without doing whatever they suppose to do.
He also cautioned the President and his government on his free SHS that he should provide more building facilities to avoid congestion as many diseases now taking over many schools due to inconvenient accommodations and studies.
“We will back them with prayers, but I plead MPs and Ministers work with president whiles do their best as they can and never exclude themselves from government good work for Ghanaians by politicizing it because the benefit goes to Ghanaians who voted not the president” He stressed.
Bishop Emmanuel Sarpong who doubles as General oversee of victory prayer ministries international furthered called all Ghanaians who have rooms in their various houses to use as a help to accommodate some students for them able to attend classes always to reduce government burden in this free senior high school system for continual.
He made this during the 2nd graduation ceremony of Apostolic Bible Theological Institute on a theme “Fight the good fight of faith-2Timothy 6:11-12” held at Rightway Christian Center (RCC),Kronum in the Ashanti Region.
He finally urged students enjoying the free SHS system to study hard for government vision comes through and those just returned from the green card should attend vacation classes as the examination is ahead of them.
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