The 1985 Year Group of the Ghana Senior High School (GHANASS) Old Students Association (GOSA 85 & GOSA – UK) has presented 100 mono desks to the School out of the 1,500 pledged under the “One Old Student, One Mono Desk” project.
The National President of GOSA, Mr Emmanuel Poku Sarkodee, presented the furniture to the authorities and said the gesture was the Group’s contribution to the development of the institution.
He said it was the desire of the old students to contribute towards making GHANASS “the preferred SHS for academic excellence.”
Mr Sarkodee said the School had prepared the way for many old students to excel in diverse professional fields, over the years, which he attributed to the quality of training they received during their school days.
“So this is the time for the old students to thank their alma-mater by contributing to the development of the School,” he added, and advised the students to study hard.
The Headmaster, Mr Jacob Afful, expressed gratitude to the Association for the gesture and commended members for their continued interest in the progress of the School.
Mr Patrick Gamer-Tawiah, the National Secretary, and Mrs Edith Quaye, the President of 1988-1990 Year Group, were among the members present during the donation.