Queenmother
Queenmother

Ghanaians have been asked to invest in the education of their children
since it is the only legacy to give to the young generation.

Queenmother
Queenmother
Parents have however, been urged to stop spending on material things and rather support
their children’s education.

CEO of Ohemaa Akuaba Foundation, Nana Akosua Danquah Amoabea made the
appeal when she donated assorted books to senior high schools in Ho as part
of her contribution to this year’s Asogli Yam festival.

“There’s no way a country can progress without training the mental faculty
of our children because that will build the abilities and God giving
talents” she said.

Nana Amoabea who is also queenmother of Larteh, Kronti Division, therefore
appealed to all stakeholders to play their roles effectively in order to
raise the quality of education.

“I took this initiative because of the good relationship with our chief,
Togbe” she added.

The paramount chief of the Asogli State, Togbe Afede XIV expressed
gratitude to Nana Amoabea and Ohemaa Akuaba Foundation for assisting in
this year’s celebrations.

He also emphasised on the need to come together and put in measures to have
quality education in the country.

He pledged to do his possible best to continue supporting the education of
the area and the entire region as a whole.

Ghanaians have been asked to invest in the education of their children since it is the only legacy to give to the young generation. Parents have however, been urged to stop spending on material things and rather support their children’s education.

CEO of Ohemaa Akuaba Foundation, Nana Akosua Danquah Amoabea made the appeal when she donated assorted books to senior high schools in Ho as part of her contribution to this year’s Asogli Yam festival.

“There’s no way a country can progress without training the mental faculty of our children because that will build the abilities and God giving talents” she said.

Nana Amoabea who is also queenmother of Larteh, Kronti Division, therefore appealed to all stakeholders to play their roles effectively in order to raise the quality of education.

“I took this initiative because of the good relationship with our chief, Togbe” she added.
The paramount chief of the Asogli State, Togbe Afede XIV expressed gratitude to Nana Amoabea and Ohemaa Akuaba Foundation for assisting in this year’s celebrations.

He also emphasised on the need to come together and put in measures to have quality education in the country.
He pledged to do his possible best to continue supporting the education of the area and the entire region as a whole.

By : Isaac Amoah-Asare
Source : newsghana.com.gh

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