The flagbearer of the United Front Party (UFP), Mr Kwasi Addae, has advised final year senior high school students not to let the huge investment made in their education go waste as he wished them well in the examination.
He, therefore, urged the students to remain focused as they wrote their West African Senior School Certificate Examination (WASSCE).
In an interview with the Daily Graphic last Tuesday to wish the candidates success in the examinations, Mr Addae, who is popularly known as Odike, urged them not to let the issue of COVID-19 frighten them.
He advised the students to adhere to the COVID-19 safety protocols.
Mr Addae urged teachers to intensify their supervision and counseling of students while in school.
Although there had been few issues since students went to school, Mr Addae urged parents and guardians to remain calm and comply with the government’s laid down protocols in connection with their children in schools.