Award winning DCE for Offinso North Hon. David Kwasi Asare Boakye (Adwumawura) has cautioned cooks and security guards to desist from the habit of stealing school feeding items or other valuables because the laws of our land spare anyone who would be caught.
The DCE gave this caution at a short ceremony to hand over appointment letters, uniforms and other accoutrements to some 24 new employees comprising of 16 kitchen staff and 8 security assistants recruited under the Youth Employment Authority’s School Support Programme to work at the various Senior High Schools in the Offinso North District.
Hon. Asare Boakye added that they were fortunate to get employment in these dire times and encouraged them to discharge their duties diligently in order to make President Akuffo Addo proud of introducing the Free SHS programme.
For their parts,Messrs. Morgmah Johnson, a Senior Project Officer at the Offinso North District YEA office and Michael Darbey-Tannian District Director of Education both congratulated the new workers and encouraged them to be very serious at their various posts.
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At the Offinso North District YEA office and Michael Darbey-Tannian District Director of Education.
Finally, some of the lucky employees expressed their gratitude to their DCE, MP and President Akuffo Addo.
Story by: Mavis Darvo || DFM||