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Oyoko Methodist Senior High School (Omess) Celebrates 2nd Speech And Prize Giving Day

Oyoko Methodist Senior High School during the weekend celebrated its Second Speech and Prize Giving Day at Oyoko (Koforidua)

Oyoko Methodist senior high school (Omess) celebrates 2nd speech and prize-giving day.

Oyoko Methodist Senior High School during the weekend celebrated its Second Speech and Prize Giving Day at oyoko (Koforidua)

The colorful event, which was held under the theme, ‘Quality Education the role of stakeholders” brought together past and present “omesa’s” .

The event began with the inspection of the school’s Cadet Corp by the Board Chairman, Chairman for the occasion, Headmaster, Guest Speaker.

The chairman for the occasion Mr. Michael okyere Baafi , Chief executive Officer of free zones board in his address, reiterated that the Speech and Prize Giving Day is a time to take stock, reflect on the school’s challenges achievements, honor those who have assisted the school’s activities and finally recognize students who have excelled in various subject areas and disciplines to serve as encouragement for others.

Over 40 students were awarded in both academics and sports, teachers and non-teaching staffs were also awarded goodies for their hard-working towards the development of oyoko Methodist senior high school (omess).

The chairman of the occassion Mr Michael okyere baafi made a donation of 100 bags of cement and promised 5 laptops for the school’s administration.

The event saw Mr. Emmanuel Acquaye an educationist as the guest speaker for the second time. He advised the students as; “remember that, to be relevant, you must first strive to excel in the little things that you do so that greater things can be bestowed on you”.

The headmaster Mr. Frank inkum Eyiah in his report recounted that the school continues to make giant strides in second cycle education for both academics and sports in the country.

The event saw notable and prominent people such as Hon. Kwasi Adjei-Boateng, Deputy Minister of Local Government and Rural Development rural, Nana Oyoko Hemaa, Municipal Chief Director of new juaben and various headmasters from different Senior High schools in the eastern region were there to support.



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