40-yr-old Driver Writes BECE to Enjoy Free SHS

A 40-year-old driver is among candidates writing the ongoing Basic Education Certificate Examination (BECE) in Nkoranza South District of the Bono East Region.

The candidate Konadu Sampson, an official driver for Nkoranzaman Youth Association told the local media that he decided to register for the BECE examination at Future Leaders International School to enable him to take advantage of the Free Senior High School Policy to educate himself.

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He is optimistic about passing the exams to qualify for placement to further his education.

The Head teacher of Future Leaders International School, Opoku Richard. in an interview with Bryt FM News Reporter, Augustine Agyapong, commended the 40-year-old driver for his perseverance.


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He said education has no age limit therefore encourage the youth who drop out of school to learn from Konadu Sampson.

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Source: Mybrytfmonline

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