Aburi Girls Old Girls’ Association 2001 Year Group holds thanksgiving, handing over ceremony
The 2001-year group of the Aburi Girls Old Girls’ Association (AOGA) held a thanksgiving and handing-over ceremony in Accra...
The 2001-year group of the Aburi Girls Old Girls’ Association (AOGA) held a thanksgiving and.
handing-over ceremony in Accra.
The occasion was for members to express their gratitude to God and celebrate.
the successful constitutional amendment and election processes as well as induct the newly elected Executives.
of the year group into office.
The event brought together members of the year group from all parts (both.
in and out of the country), representatives of the AOGA Global Executive Team, other AOGA.
year groups as well as Ɔdadeε 2001 led by their President, Kobby Arhin.
Performing the induction and swearing-in ceremony, Dr.
Koryoe Anim-Wright, AOGA Global President and the Registrar of the University of Professional Studies, entreated.
the new Executives to build on the good work done by the previous Executive body,.
do better and maintain the growth and unity of the group.
Anim-Wright, who was also the Guest of Honour, indicated in her remarks that the commitment.
of the Executives extends beyond AOGA 2001 to Aburi Girls Senior High School and the.
wider community of young girls.
She urged them to therefore work together with members and all key stakeholders.
to develop and implement initiatives that will support the school and students.
In addition, Dr.
Anim-Wright urged the new executives to be guided by collaboration, gratitude, determination, transparency and humility.
In her words of exhortation, Rev.
Abena Boamah Asare urged members to be committed to the cause of the Association, support.
each other, and eschew the habit of only reaching out to the group in times.
In her acceptance remarks, the new President, Afua Frempong, pledged her unwavering commitment.
and allegiance to the 2001-year group, the Global Association, and Aburi Girls Senior High School.
She indicated her commitment to growing the membership of the Association, building unity, and a.
stronger bond of sisterhood.
She also pledged to partner closely with her Executive team, all key stakeholders,.
and the school authorities to develop initiatives, projects, and activities that will positively impact the.
well-being of members and the school.
The event also served as a networking opportunity for entrepreneurs within the group.
It was also a time to strengthen the bonds of friendship and reconnect with classmates.
through fun activities.
Techno Mobile Ghana, a global smartphone and electronics company, a sponsor of the event pledged.
its continued support to the Association.