We need discipline in our schools- Dr. Henry Godson-Afful

Dr. Godson Afful presents copies of his book 'Charisma Plus Character' to Adisadel College
Dr. Henry Godson-Afful presents copies of his book 'Charisma Plus Character' to Adisadel College

A UK based educational consultant and minister has called on students in Ghana to live above reproach.

He made these remarks whilst addressing the students of Adisadel College in Cape Coast.

The Reverend minister, lamented how the introduction to negative aspects of social media, poor parenting skills and supervision has contributed to the high levels of indiscipline among students in the country.

Dr. Henry Godson-Afful bemoaned the level of moral decadence in our schools and called on all stakeholders to play their part in ensuring this worrying trend is abated.

Together with Honourable Godfred Yeboah-Dame and the Santa 94, he used the opportunity to donate numerous copies of his books titled ‘Charisma Plus Character’ to the students and staff.

On his part, Mr. Osafo-Asare an Assistant Headmaster of the school applauded the gesture of Dr. Henry Godson-Afful and the Deputy Attorney General, Honourable Godfred Yeboah Dame for the joint project of the book donation.

He said the content of the book will go a long way to support the disciplinary upbringing and boost the level of reading of the students.

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