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School Outreach Ministry Holds Subject Briefings For BECE Candidates

The Schools Outreach Ministry (SOM) of the Doblo Gonno District of The Church of Pentecost organised a Subject Briefings event on Saturday, June 8, 2024, for Basic Education Certificate Examination (BECE) candidates in the Doblo Gonno community and its environs to adequately prepare them for the forthcoming exams.

The seminar saw an impressive assemblage of 191 candidates from nine different schools. These eager students gathered at the Central Assembly, where they were guided through essential subjects such as English Language, Mathematics, Social Studies, and Science.

The facilitators, all experienced West African Examination Council (WAEC) examiners, shared valuable tips to help candidates avoid common errors often encountered in the exam hall. Spanning from 8:00 am to 1:30 pm, the seminar was buoyed by the magnanimous support of the various church ministries.

The Youth and Children’s Ministries sponsored the event, providing free pens and rulers. Concurrently, the Pentecost Men’s Ministry (PEMEM) supplied bags of water to keep everyone hydrated.

The seminar culminated in an edifying sermonette by the District Minister, Pastor Kwabena Darko-Mensah, who expounded on the theme “Combating Fear,” based on 2 Timothy 1:7. Pastor Darko-Mensah’s stirring message, coupled with an invigorating prayer session, sought to embolden the candidates, instilling in them the confidence to surmount any trepidations regarding their exams.

The event proved to be a dual-faceted success, offering both intellectual enrichment and spiritual upliftment. Notably, it resulted in the spiritual conversion of 14 individuals, including a Muslim attendee.

The distinguished facilitators for the seminar were Deaconess Alberta Oppong, who covered Social Studies, Elder Collins Kobia, who tackled Mathematics, Mr. Tettey, who instructed on English Language, and Mr. Sadick Mohammed, who handled Science.

Report by Doblo Gonno District Media Team

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