WORK SELFLESSLY TO THE ADMIRATION OF THE NATIONAL LEVELS- MR KENNETH YOHO GBENE

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A retired educationist Mr. Kenneth Yoho Gbene and Madam Andrana Baduonbie at sent off party organized by the welfare association have called on the workers of the District Directorate of Education to work selflessly on their duties assign them by working paying attention to their behavior and attitude such that they will gain recognition from the region and national. Mr. Kenneth has therefore called on the officers to work assiduously to the admiration of the national and Regional level this he said would only come through hard work and discipline.
Mr. Kenneth also said he is a different person today after having proceeded on retirement as he stopped doing some of the things he could not change from doing and asked all to reassess themselves and depart from ways that was not helping them. “Change is the only thing that is permanent” he stressed.
On her part, Madam Adriana who was once the Girl child coordinator of the office advised her colleague still in active service to plan about their retirement and not wait till the last days before as she stated retirement comes with an end to loans and other incentives enjoyed by workers.
Both were particularly happy for the cooperation enjoyed working with all the staff but Mr. Ken left the gathering with this quote which says ’’ I am not good enough for everybody but I am best for those who deserve me” in concluding quote.
The gathering which brought together workers of the Sissala East District Education Directorate to officially bid good bye to two of their colleagues who have gone on retirement after successfully going through their mandatory sixty years of service to the nation was first addressed by the district director of education Mr. Leonard Angnonbaala who said this was a function to celebrate the two, for their ability to serve mother Ghana up to the retirement age as this is rare.Mr Kenneth Yoho Gbene and Madam Adriana who were both workers of the Ghana Education Service have retired from the service since 2017, they were both presented with a smock and some cash donation which is part of their contribution from the offices association welfare fund.
Other colleagues shared memorable moments by retelling things they learnt from the two whilst others sounded pieces of advice to all and sundry.

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