Management of the National Commission for Civic Education (NCCE) has received a delegation from the Youth Leadership Parliament-Ghana (YLP) led by its Managing Director, Mr. Prince Ossei Owusu at its Head Office in Accra.

YLP is a Civil Society Organisation created to engage the youth of Ghana and give opportunities to aspiring young leaders across the African continent for leadership mentoring, capacity building, and a voice to engage governments on alternative policy ideas through the active and passive making on issues that affect the future of young people.

The visit by the YLP forms part of a series of engagements with some key institutions in Ghana especially as one of their members, Benedictus Mawena is embarking on a Read-A-Thom. Also, the visit sought to seek support and guidance from the NCCE.

The NCCE Deputy Chairman, Operations, Mr. Samuel Asare Akuamoah, and Deputy Chairman, of Finance and Administration, Mr. Victor Brobbey, warmly welcomed the YLP delegation and commended them for their initiative to promote the culture of reading among the youth. They entreated them to use the Read-A-Thon platform to revive the spirit of reading among this current generation.

Mr. Owusu expressed delight about the warm reception accorded his team by the Leadership of the NCCE and welcomed the Commission’s suggestion to imbibe the culture of reading among the youth of Ghana.

Present at the meeting were the Commission Secretary and all Line Directors of the NCCE.


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