Ferdinand | EducationGhana | October 29 |Central Regional Branch of the Ghana Science Association Gets New Leaders
The Central Regional Branch of the Ghana Science Association (GSA) has held its handover ceremony to swear in a new batch of executives to take over the mantle of leadership.
The program took place at the School of Biological Sciences Conference Room, with members of the association and other stakeholders in attendance.
A Senior Lecturer at the Department of Forensic Sciences, Dr. Benjamin Boakye was sworn in as the president, with Dr Peter Osei-Wusu Aduming as his secretary, and Dr. Margaret Fafa Awushie Akwetey as his Treasurer.
The outgoing president, Prof. Michael Adinortey, in his address, admitted that despite the enormous challenges that characterized his administration, he took solace from the hard work displayed by his executives to the advantage of the association.
According to him, some of the achievements chalked up by the association during his tenure included “the introduction of the radio program, awareness day celebrations, science workshops for science school teachers in the secondary school and the establishment of a branch at the University of Education Winneba (UEW) amongst others”.
He continued: “As we exit, we wish to congratulate the new batch of executives and wish them the very best in their tenure”.
Prof. Adinortey advised the new executives to serve the association to the best of their abilities.
“It is incumbent on you to demonstrate that you are able to lead this noble organization”, Prof. he said.
Uphold the vision of GSA
The newly inducted president, Dr. Benjamin Aboagye, expressed his immense gratitude to members of the association for the confidence reposed in the newly elected officers.
“I will strive to uphold the vision of GSA and ensure that new members are recruited into this association’, he promised.
Dr. Aboagye, who is a Senior Lecturer at the Department of Forensic Sciences-UCC, added that he was committed to sustain the existing programs of the association.
He dropped the hint that he would introduce more mentoring programmes for Basic schools in the surrounding communities and also help bring solutions to problems facing Ghana and the world at large.
The chairman for the Ceremony, Prof. Victor A. Barku, of the Department of Chemistry, encouraged the new crop of leaders to set a good example worthy of emulation.
He encouraged them to ensure the maintenance of the University of Education-Winneba branch and also revive the newsletter programme to enhance the activities of the association.
“We want to see GSA helping students and teachers”, Prof. Barku emphasized.
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