Yahu Blackwell “King Nii Armah Gbejelor” helps prepare Osu Students for BECE exams

His royal highness (Osu Lumor) — Jeroboam Yah Nii Armah Blackwell (Yahu Blackwell) who rules under the historical stool name “Nii Armah Gbejelor 1st” has been working along side with the Osu Djaasze, to help prepare the children of the Osu empire for the 2024 BECE exams.


The Basic Education Certificate Examination (BECE) is the main examination to qualify students for admission into secondary and vocational schools in Ghana.



It is written after three years of junior secondary education and is administered by the Ghana Education Service under the Ministry of Education.



Final year JHS (Junior High school) students in Osu will be writing three new subjects in this year’s Basic Education Certificate Examination (BECE).

Based on the information received from WAEC (The West African Examinations Council) the new subjects are as follows;

– Career Technology
– Creative Art and Design
– ⁠Arabic

Career Technology and Creative Art and Design, derived from the previous Basic Design and Technology (BDT), will be mandatory for all candidates.



However, Arabic will be optional for candidates in Islamic basic schools.



Due to the introduction of these new subjects, the 2024 examination will span “six days” instead of the previous five, running from Monday, July 8, 2024 — to — Monday, July 15, 2024.



King Nii Armah Gbejelor (Yahu Blackwell) along with the Osu Djaasze are working diligently to help prepare the children of the Osu empire for the BECE exams, empowering the children of Osu to strive to meet there educational goals.


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