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PREMPEH COLLEGE OLD STUDENTS ASSOCIATION DONATES TO MAMPONG SCHOOL FOR THE DEAF AND DUMB

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The Prempeh College Old Boys Association (Amanfoo) donated to Mampong School for the deaf and dumb as part of the upcoming 70th Anniversary Of the School. The Association is known as one of the most organized old students in Ghana and beyond. Their old boys are seen in all sectors of the economy and they do this a lot to help less privileged individuals in Ghana.

Items that were presented to the school included a big deep freezer, bags of gari, 42inch TV set, bags of rice, carpentry tools, toiletries, other food stuffs, plates and many more. Before the presentation was done , there were a lot of performances from the students who amazingly danced to entertain the visitors even though they can’t hear the rhythm..

Leading the Association was Snr Moses Tetteh who promised the school that the Association is willing to return soon and do more donations to the school . The national president of the Association Senior Kwabena Nyarko also used the occasion to call on all stake holders to turn to the school because they really need help from individuals, he thanked the staff and all workers and encouraged them to continue their good works . Snr Eric Osei Afriyie, president of the Greater Accra branch Of Amanfoo also spoke about the need to help others and the blessings in giving and also used the occasion to thank the entire staff for their devoted and a voluntary work they are doing. “Your work is fantastic and no man can reward you keep it up and God will surely bless you” he added.
Other proud old students included Snr Teddy Sam ,Snr Awuku ,Snr Andy who’s the National Treasurer and several old boys from the youth wing from University Of Ghana, LEGON like Snr Bright as well as Some old students of Yaa Asantewaa Shs such as Odehye Birago, Odehye Nana Ama ,Odehye Edith and Odehye Abigail who supported in numerous ways to make this a reality.

The head master of the school Mr Abraham Anning received the items on behalf of the school and thanked the Association and promised to put in good use. He also used the occasion to call on others to do same for the school because of its special nature.
Mampong School for the deaf and dumb needs special attention from government. It has over 400 students where 14 of them are deaf, dumb and blind at the same time. It’s high time the government and individuals intervened in their activities to help support this special school in Akuapem in the Eastern Region.

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An Old Vandal Makes Great Strides In Europe.

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The maxim is always advanced that “to whom much is given much is expected” but a dude on made grounds has sought to negate this time tested popular saying. With little, Frank Agyeman Prempeh is giving big time back to the society.

Mr. Agyeman Prempeh cognizant of the array of challenges faced his country on many grounds has resorted to teaming up with external donors to offer the needed support to resolve many of the outstanding issues in the country.

The erstwhile Presiding Member of the House of Lords in Commonwealth Hall harbours a long term vision of offering aid to the orphanage homes . Last year on his birthday he was joined with one European Lawyer, JEAN MARIE DE MEESTER, to make a donation to an orphanage home in Nungua .

He has recently been meeting some foreigners in Belgium, France and other European countries who are interested in improving the medical services in the country to make these donations .

Beds and wheelchairs for donation. 

Earlier this week he joined his patrons and few executives of the NGO in Belgium to fill up a 40 ft container with over 30 beds , 25 wheel chairs , and 75 boxes of cloths meant for donations to hospitals and orphanage homes in Ghana.

Mr. Agyeman with his patrons.

Mr. Frank Agyemang-PREMPEH maintained that all these strides have not  been easy and it has taken him a lot of industry to achieve this; from the registration process of the NGO through to today.

As the container handling the medical equipment dispatched to Tema Port the Medihelp team is hoping and appealing that it will receive an import waiver given that it is meant for donation to the vulnerable citizens of Ghana.

By: Campusradar.org

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Why Yvonne Nelson Did Not Attend John Dumelo’s Wedding

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Over the weekend, actor John Dumelo had his white wedding at Royal Senchi and that had been one of the most trending news till now.

Several celebrities trooped to the event grounds to support the couple but one person missing in action was his ex bestie Yvonne Nelson.

From the pictures and videos circulating online, we had seen Nadia Buari who happened to be the main bride’s maid, Yvonne Okoro, Sandra Ankobiah, Jackie Appiah and several others.

Yvonne Nelson who was missing even though she was in the country sent a very strong message across. Were they fighting thus she didn’t go? Were there issues between the two so John didn’t invite her?

Well, according to Yvonne Okoro, John invited Yvonne Nelson to his white wedding but there was a family emergency and she had to cancel at the last minute.

That’s what Yvonne Okoro explained to a fan who asked why her colleague Yvonne Nelson was nowhere to be found.

Even if Yvonne Nelson had an emergency to attend to, it’s been almost 48 hours after the event but she hasn’t made a single post to congratulate her bosom friend John but she has made a series of posts both on her Instagram page and story.

This is where we think there is something wrong; the two paddies might probably be quarreling thus she didn’t attend his wedding and hasn’t posted anything yet. Let’s see if she will post eventually.

Here’s a screenshot of Yvonne Okoro telling a fan the reason why Yvonne Nelson couldn’t make it to John’s wedding.

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Mrs. Akua O. Boateng Appointed As Ghana University Student Chamber Patron.

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The Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Regional Integration of the Republic of Ghana has assigned Mrs. Akua Ofosua Boateng, Assistant Director IIB/Multilateral Relations Bureau at the Ministry as Patron/Advisor for the University Student Chamber-Ghana.
The Ministry made this known in a letter dated 29th April, 2019 addressed to the President of the University Student Chamber-Ghana, Mr. Addo Benjamin Armah.

Mrs. Akua Ofosua Boateng, the patron of University Student Chamber-Ghana.

UNISC Ghana had written to the Ministry requesting it to appoint one person to the position of a Patron/Advisor of the organization.

The Ministry assured UNISC Ghana of its highest consideration and in fulfilling their request appointed Mrs. Akua Ofosua Boateng, a selfless, devoted and determined woman, who tries her best to make the best out of anything!

By: campusradar.org

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