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Bekwai SDA Old Students Association Poise To Facelift Alma Mater To First Class School

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The old students association of the Bekwai Seven Day Adventist Secondary School , popularly  known as BAOSA has made it a conscious effort to give back to their Alma matter over the years by providing massive infrastructural development to the school.

This is not for purposes of faddishness among other schools but to complement successive government’s effort to raise the school to one of the best in the Ashanti region and the nation at large.

Some of the projects include provision of two storey dormitory blocks for the boys with auxiliary facilities such as toilet and bath which is called Ameyaw house, water projects in some parts of the school as well an ultra modern gate for the frontage of the school among other things.
This was disclosed to Journalists in an interview with the headmaster of the school Mr. Kofi Anane Afoako at Bekwai in the Ashanti region where he stated that one major project which has been very dear to the heart of the school has been the fencing of the school which he said the old student have taken upon themselves and have started work on.

He was full of gratitude to the old students for the work done on the fencing so far as he mentioned that it has come as a great relief to the school since petty theft and thorough fare in the school by some community folks particularly at the area of the girl’s dormitory will be a thing of the past.
Mr. Anane Afoako also hailed the successive governments, the PTA and some individuals for the major infrastructural role played in the development of the school. He however called for more class room blocks as well as dormitories for the ever growing population of the students which currently stands at over three thousand seven hundred with more than 150 teaching staffs.

Mr. Anane was optimistic that with the strategic plans rolled out in the school academic performance and discipline would move from better to best in the coming years.
Meanwhile, the president of the old students association Nana Kofi Sarpong has admonished all old students to put their hands on the wheel as they develop the school to an enviable pedigree.

He equally made a passionate appeal to them to contribute towards the completion of the fencing of the school and other major projects they have started so far.

Source:Broadcastergh.com/Lawrence Kumah

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Bekwai SDA Old Students Association Poise To Facelift Alma Mater To First Class School

907

The old students association of the Bekwai Seven Day Adventist Secondary School , popularly  known as BAOSA has made it a conscious effort to give back to their Alma matter over the years by providing massive infrastructural development to the school.

This is not for purposes of faddishness among other schools but to complement successive government’s effort to raise the school to one of the best in the Ashanti region and the nation at large.

Some of the projects include provision of two storey dormitory blocks for the boys with auxiliary facilities such as toilet and bath which is called Ameyaw house, water projects in some parts of the school as well an ultra modern gate for the frontage of the school among other things.
This was disclosed to Journalists in an interview with the headmaster of the school Mr. Kofi Anane Afoako at Bekwai in the Ashanti region where he stated that one major project which has been very dear to the heart of the school has been the fencing of the school which he said the old student have taken upon themselves and have started work on.

He was full of gratitude to the old students for the work done on the fencing so far as he mentioned that it has come as a great relief to the school since petty theft and thorough fare in the school by some community folks particularly at the area of the girl’s dormitory will be a thing of the past.
Mr. Anane Afoako also hailed the successive governments, the PTA and some individuals for the major infrastructural role played in the development of the school. He however called for more class room blocks as well as dormitories for the ever growing population of the students which currently stands at over three thousand seven hundred with more than 150 teaching staffs.

Mr. Anane was optimistic that with the strategic plans rolled out in the school academic performance and discipline would move from better to best in the coming years.
Meanwhile, the president of the old students association Nana Kofi Sarpong has admonished all old students to put their hands on the wheel as they develop the school to an enviable pedigree.

He equally made a passionate appeal to them to contribute towards the completion of the fencing of the school and other major projects they have started so far.

Source:Broadcastergh.com/Lawrence Kumah