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NCCE Activates KUHIS Civic Education Club

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The Asokwa Municipal Directorate of the National Commission On Civic Education (NCCE) has started a wave of reactivation of clubs in first, second, 8and tertiary schools in Asokwa.

On Thursday, the Municipal Director, accompanied by staff of the state outfit visited Kumasi High School to reactivate the school’s Civic Club.



The Club  was presented with 50 copies of the abridged version of the Constitution of the Republic

The copies of the Constitution was funded by the Member of Parliament for Asokwa, Hon Patricia Appiagyei who paid for 100 copies for distribution to schools and Civic clubs in Asokwa.


Addressing the students, Mr Nathaniel Tweneboah Koduah, Asokwa Municipal Director of the NCCE said the state outfit existed to provide education and direction of rights and duties of the citizenry.

He noted that the outfit also focuses training and sensitization on how citizens could stay patriotic to the state of Ghana.
The Asokwa Directorate, Mr Koduah said was committed to imbibing into residents especially students the tenets of selflessness, patriotism and peaceful lifestyles.

“As a state institution our duty is to educate Ghanaians about their rights and how to live patriotic and peaceful liftestyles at all times and we believe imbibing this into the younger generation has the potential of yielding better results and outcomes”, the Asokwa Director stated.

Patron of KUHIS Civic Club: 

Mrs Evelyn Addo, Tutor and Patron of the Kumasi High School Civic Club thanked tne NCCE for the decision to reactivate the club in the school.

She also commended the state outfit for the provision of the pocket size copies of the Constitution of the Republic.

Mrs Addo urged the students of the Club to read and understand the Constitution so that they govern their lives with same and pass on the education onto others.

“We are happy that the NCCE has made provision for us and we thank the MP for Asokwa for facilitating this for the school’s Civic Club. We trust the members of this club will make use the copies of the Constitution”, the Patron noted.

Story By Michael Ofosu-Afriyie,


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