Nenyi George Andah
Former Member of Parliament for Awutu-Senya West Constituency, Nenyi George Andah, has called for a stronger collaboration between teachers, parents and stakeholders in the education sector.
His call was aimed at giving students in the constituency a level playing field for them to excel and have a positive impact in this year’s National Science and Maths Quiz (NSMQ).
Speaking exclusively to this reporter, the astute politician cum marketing expert noted that stronger collaboration between all stakeholders is best for grooming patriotic, brilliant, and God-fearing students for the nation.
“When all teachers, parents, religious leaders and individuals come together to train students, especially in mathematics and science, we put in them a correct measure of discipline and values they need to make both our constituency and nation proud,” George Andah noted.
The former MP who successfully launched his autobiography took the opportunity to wish both Senya Senior High and Obrachire Senior High all the best in the preliminary rounds of this year’s NSMQ competition.
He lamented that students’ preference for arts subjects over sciences is dangerous and worrying, therefore all stakeholders must make a conscious effort to reverse the negative development through the NSMQ competition.
The organisers of the National Science and Maths Quiz released fixtures for the 2022 regional qualifiers of the competition.
The NSMQ has become prominent on the calendar of the Ghana Education Service as many schools look forward to the competition every year.
BY Kofi Aduonum