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TADISCO Inducts 602 Students into Old Students Association

The Old Students Association of the Takoradi Senior High school (TADOLSANS) at the weekend welcomed 602 out going students into its fold to promote friendship, leadership and direction among the fraternity.

Squadron Leader Ebo Baiden, the President of TADOLSA who welcomed the students said it was a real opportunity to belong to an association since it offered lots of openings and networks for personal growth and love.

He said all over the world, Nations were built with associations and alumni and the case of Ghana was not different, hence the need for a strong bond of union to provide direction and guidance to the youth to advance and spur societal growth.

Captain Ahmed Yakubu, another Association member encouraged the out going students to wrap up their studies well as they approached their final exams.

“In our days, there was no light and proper structures as you have today, I can only encourage you to make the best out of the moment”, he added.

Mr John Davis, an old student and the Presiding Member of Effiakuma Municipal Assembly promised a five hundred Ghana cedi reward for the most outstanding student at the impending WASSCE.

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