[email protected], ’97 year group unveils legacy project
Adisadel College, one of Ghana’s renowned second-cycle institutions, has marked its 112th anniversary.
The school, located in the Central Region was host to dozens of old students, including high profile government officials like the Trade and Industry Minister, Alan Kyerematen.
As part of the school yearly anniversary celebration, series of activities were lined up for revelry and reignite camaraderie, like the candle light procession, career fair, bon fire night and a music concert. A grand durbar was held on March 12, to climax the celebrations.
The 1997 group, also celebrating 25 years since leaving the College unveiled an extra 500 seating capacity dining hall as their legacy project.
According to the leader of the 1997 group, Isaac Bediako, the project was timely as the current dining hall cannot contain the current student population which is about 3,000.
The project cost Ghc 60,000.00.
The unveiling of the project was done by the Minister of Education together with Alan Kyerematen.
Also in attendance was the Chief of Oguaa, Osabarima Kwesi Atta , Queen mothers and dozens of persons of high repute in society.
By: Stephen Nyamekye