Rev. John Ntim Fordjour, the Deputy Minister for Education has urged teachers to refrain from lateness, laziness, absenteeism and drunkenness and other social vices during school hours in other to teach students well in class.
Hon. Ntim Fordjour who made the comment at a sod-cutting ceremony for the installation of a telecommunication mast at Assin Homaho said such activities are formidable obstacles to the sound upbringing of children.
In his address, the Deputy Education Minister said the Nana Akufo-Addo government through the Ministry of Education is committed to offering free and equal access to quality education for accelerated national development.
The Assin South Member of Parliament encouraged teachers in the constituency to resolve to work hard to promote the government policy of providing free education to all eligible Ghanaian school age going students who pass BECE.
He also urged prospective students and teachers to take advantage of the installed telecommunication mast which will improve telephone and internet services in the area for academic activities and online learning.