Mr Emmanuel Ahiable, Estate Manager of Twifo Oil Palm Plantation (TOPP) Limited advised the youth to take their education seriously and adopt a positive lifestyle to enable them to grow up to become responsible citizens.
Mr Ahiable gave the advice during the celebration of 'Vitality Day' initiated by the Company to bring together the children and spouses of the workers of the company.
He said, Vitality Day , the first of its kind is aimed at giving the children and spouses an insight, into the operations of the company and create a viable and sociable living atmosphere in the area.
As part of the celebration the children were given talks on healthy eating and dental screening by a team of medical personnel from Central Region Hospital and voluntary counseling and testing for HIV by TOPP a medical team.
The children also toured the company's plantations, oil mills and were exposed to office work.
Mr Ahiabale advised the children to refrain from immoral acts to avoid contracting HIV/AIDS disease.
In an interview with some of the children, mostly JSS and Senior Secondary School Students, they commended the management for initiating the programme and hoped it would help them to choose their careers after school.
They also appealed to management to make the celebration an annual affair.