The Voice of the Nation wishes mother Ghana and its entire citizenry a happy 59th independence day anniversary.God bless our homeland Ghana and make our nation great and strong.
Reflecting on various facets of our nation Ghana,we came to a realisation that reduction in our productivity is on a rise in
education and other aspects of economy.We therefore selected a sample of 150 students from 21 second cycle
institutions to run test to find
out what causes the low performance in our second cycle institutions.Per our findings,58 students forming 38.67% attributed their low performance to poor articulation of subjects by tuition providers.92 students forming 61.33%, who were day students on the other hand attributed the low performance to lack of parental guidance in the sense that students spend most of their study time watching soap operas and telenovelas. We therefore plead with parents to take keen interest in their children ‘s studies.Civil servants and workers other institutions who also leave their tasks in a rush to watch these Soaps and telenovelas must check it as it is reducing their productivity.With our tuition providers,we acknowledge your immense effort and ask that you do more to help our students.For the success of a student is the teachers’ pride.
#Long live the Voice of the Nation..
#Long live Mother Ghana
#God bless our homeland Ghana
Precious K. Agbenya