Ms Adriana Kandelige, Eastern Regional Director of Education, has said indiscipline in the country was causing the nation billions of cedis and adding that “it is very nauseating where it has reached.”
“For instance, look at how much the country spends on filth, yet filth engulfs the nation; robbery cases on the increase and examination malpractice still ongoing,” she said in an interview with the GNA.
She said examination malpractices, armed robbery, filth in the country among other societal vices were all as a result of indiscipline on the part of individuals and that “if that is checked and tackled, Ghana will be a better place.”
Ms Kandelige appealed to agents of child socialization to put in more efforts into ensuring that they raised responsible and disciplined adults for the nation and appealed to the government to provide facilities and motivation to address the indiscipline in the country.
“If there are adequate motivations for workers, they will not engage in any act of indiscipline; the same way if there are adequate facilities in our schools, teachers will be able to train responsible persons for Ghana,” he said.