The Adentan Municipal Assembly(AdMA) on Sunday, march 6, joined the rest of the nation to celebrate Ghana’s 65th independence day anniversary with a call on residents to shun indiscipline behavior towards waste disposal and work together with the assembly in our quest to bounce back from the Covid-19 pandemic.
The event attracted 532 pupils from 10 Basic Schools, three Senior High Schools including the Sowa Din Cadet Corps, The Zoom Kids, Ogbojo and Adentan Market Women.
In his keynote address, the Municipal Chief Executive, Hon Daniel Alexander Nii-Noi Adumuah charged residents to support the Assembly to implement the ‘Operation Clean Your Frontage’ to keep the Municipality clean of filth.
According to him, the Assembly recognizes education as a key component of development and has therefore made conscious efforts to improve the educational sector in the municipality.
The Municipal Education Director, Madam Gifty Mussey, also encouraged both teaching and non-teaching staff for their efforts and dedication during the Covid 19 period. She thanked the MCE and the assembly for their support to the sector.
School children who excelled in the 2020 Basic Education Certificate Examination were given awards in compliment of their efforts to raise the flag of the municipality, while all participating schools and groups were honored by the Assembly.
Raymond Wilson a former student of Sowa Din 2 and now in Mawuli SHS was awarded for being the overall best student for 2020, JHS (Public School Category) whiles Akon-Mensah Theodora Lucia a former student of Archimedes International School JHS and now in Holy Child SHS was awarded overall best student for 2020, Private School Category(JHS).