Hon. Benjamin Narteh Ayiku has been commended by the Ghana National Association of Private Schools (GNAPS) and the Ghana National Council of Private Schools (GNACOPS) for his outstanding contribution towards the education of Basic Education Certificate Examination (BECE) candidates in Teshie.
Hon. Benjamin Narteh Ayiku, the member of parliament for the constituency, has taken it upon himself to provide free mathematical sets to BECE candidates in Teshie, ensuring that they have the necessary tools to excel in their examinations. This selfless act has not only eased the financial burden on these students and their families but has also demonstrated Hon. Ayiku’s commitment to the advancement of education in the community.
The Ghana National Association of Private Schools (GNAPS) and the Ghana National Council of Private Schools (GNACOPS) have both recognized and commended Hon. Ayiku for his exceptional initiative. They have praised his dedication to empowering students and ensuring equal opportunities for all, regardless of their financial backgrounds.
GNAPS leadership has expressed their gratitude towards Hon. Ayiku, stating, “His contribution has made a significant impact on the lives of these students. By providing them with the necessary mathematical sets, he has not only boosted their confidence but also shown them that their education matters. We applaud Hon. Ayiku for his unwavering support and commitment to the betterment of education in Teshie.”
Similarly, GNACOPS emphasized the importance of such acts of kindness, saying, Hon. Ayiku’s generosity sets an excellent example for others to follow. It is through the collective efforts of individuals like him that we can create a brighter future for our students. We extend our heartfelt appreciation to Hon. Ayiku for his invaluable contribution.”
Hon. Benjamin Narteh Ayiku’s dedication to the education sector has not gone unnoticed, and his efforts have inspired many in the community. His act of providing free mathematical sets to BECE candidates in Teshie serves as a reminder that education is a fundamental right that should be accessible to all.
As the BECE candidates in Teshie prepare for their examinations, they can now focus on their studies with the assurance that they have the necessary tools to succeed, thanks to the generosity of Hon. Benjamin Narteh Ayiku.