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The education minister received a birthday cake with the moniker “Mr. STEM.”

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For his efforts to advance STEM education in Ghana, the minister of education, Dr. Yaw Osei Adutwum, has received praise.

As we work towards the future of our nation in the Fourth Industrial Revolution, the think tank Education Policy Institute Africa (EDUPA) said, “Your commitment and idea to implement STEM EDUCATION will forever remain in our minds and will continue to grow young talents to achieve their potential in STEM.”

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The message was intended to convey good wishes to Dr. Adutwum, who is also the MP for Bosomtwe, on his 59th birthday this coming Sunday, April 9.

It’s your special day, and all EDUPA can do is express gratitude on behalf of Ghanaians for never giving up on the difficulties that the country’s educational system faces and for believing in the skills of Ghanaian students and instructors.

The complete wish is below:
What can we provide that may possibly compare to the impact you have had on the advancement of Ghanaian education and the lives of students there?

It’s your special day, and EDUPA can only express gratitude on behalf of Ghanaians for never giving up on the difficulties that the country’s educational system faces and believing in the potential of Ghanaian students and teachers.

As we work towards the future of our nation in the Fourth Industrial Revolution, your commitment and concept to adopt STEM EDUCATION will forever be in our minds and will continue to grow young talents to fulfil their potential in STEM.

Enjoy your lovely holiday. Yaw Osei Adutwum, Dr. Mr. STEM.

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