We Need A Moral ‘NSMQ’ To Reward Schools Who Are Disciplined And Without S£x Scandals — Says Maurice Ampaw

According to renowned Lawyer, Maurice Ampaw, the new generation of students in our Senior High Schools are becoming “indisciplined” and violent” as time goes by.

The outspoken lawyer who has endeared himself to Ghanaians as a result of his stance on issues made this pronouncement on TV Africa’s, Maakye, ahead of preparation towards the NPP’s National Delegate’s Conference on Saturday.

Lawyer Ampaw lauded the organizers of the National Maths & Science quiz however stressed that there is a lot more to be done to ensure the security of our future.

“I am for it, but the bigger picture is that we have issues in our schools….Our children are losing it, our children have become more indiscipline, violent in nature engage in drug abuse. Also majority of them are not doing well. They are engaging in occultism…the issues confronting the SHS is bigger than us even if we have just two or three brilliant students who just answer some minor math questions.” he opined.

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“I think we also need to include a moral competition were we reward schools who are more discipline and without s£x scandals.’” he said.

The National Science and Maths Quiz is an annual science and mathematics based national level quiz competition for senior high schools across the country. The objective is to promote the study of the sciences and mathematics on other to help students develop quick thinking and a scientific mind about the things around them, while fostering healthy academic rivalry among senior high schools.

St. Peters were crowned champions for this year’s event after their last victory in 2005.

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