By A.B. Kafui Kanyi, GNA
Sept. 22, GNA - Mr Elvis Djampoh, the Municipal Chief Executive (MCE) of Kpando
over the weekend said Kpando Technical Institute was noted for excellence and
challenged students of the Institute to build on that past glory.
Institute has produced many generals in the Army and given solid foundation to
many professionals and you must build on this and put yourselves on a higher
pedestal," he said.
The MCE said
this at the unveiling of signage and third homecoming of the Kpando Technical
Institute Old Students Association-KPANTOSA.
He asked the
students to take "basic trainings" in the Institute serious and be
inspired by its positive rating as among the best in the country to do
Mr Djampoh said
technical and vocational education remains the key to addressing youth
unemployment and urged the students to make good use of their time.
He said expectations
were high and challenged them to endeavour to make their parents and the
said to be made of granite is estimated at GHC 22,000.00 and sponsored by
Major Rtd. Paul
Amega, Chairman of KPANTOSA, in a speech read on his behalf, said the gesture
was to give back to the Institute.
members of the Association for supporting the initiative expected to motivate
the students to achieve academic excellence.
urged the students to be innovative and raise the flag of the Institute high
above other technical schools.
the readiness of KPANTOSA to build the school, help with infrastructure and
learning materials and called for commitment from the teaching and non-teaching
Maj. Rtd. Amega
asked the staff to give the needed support to management to turn the fortunes
of the Institute round.
Amafugah, Acting Principal of the Institute, in a speech read on her behalf,
said the Institute was grateful for the love shown by KPANTOSA over the years
and asked the old students to help instill discipline in the students.
homecoming had a candle light procession through the principal streets of
Kpando, excursions and a borborbor night among others.