The recent rife of immoral corruption in the youth of this country has become a combat, fighting the development of the country.
Many Ghanaians are therefore blaming the educational sector for it’s failure in behavioral development in schools.
Meanwhile Nana Konadu Yiadom the Chief of Beaso in Ahafo of the Brong Ahafo region and also the headmaster of Jachie Pramso Senior Secondary School (JAPASS) has debunked the said allegation in an interview with Openghana.com, he said that the educational sectors in Ghana work hard to promote Ghana’s security because it is these sectors that train the children for a better future though some may turn to spoil the mission but it has a lower percentage.
Again, he said that educational sectors especially our secondary institution train, educate, advice and transform the children to meet the possible benefit of education. In that case, no educated person will turn to be an armed robber, thieve, and so on because the youth that have engage in the act act of killing our security agents like the police,fire service personnel, soldiers and so on are children without parents, school dropout and basically those without formal and informal education.
In addition, he said everyone in the country has a specific duty to perform towards promoting Ghana’s security especially the parents because they are the first and the best form of socialisation therefore they must keep a keen eye on their children and provide them their needs basically education must be each parents target for giving birth and also parents should have good background so that their children will emulate them.
Finally, he recommended that people caught as victims must be punished to serve as a deter to others, Also the wealthy people should help the needy by creating jobs in their various towns for people to do because unemployment is also a cause to Ghana’s insecurity.
Obaapa Nhyira Adwoa Kwaakyewah