Juaso Old Students Association launched to transform education in Ashanti Region

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Juaso Old Students Association launched to transform education in Ashanti Region: Ghana News

The Juaso Old Students Association (JOSA) has been officially launched in the with a mission to mobilize resources and promote quality education in the town.

Open to former students of any school in Juaso, the association aims to unite individuals under a common agenda of supporting their alma maters.

During the launch, indigenes who started their education in Juaso, some of whom have become prominent figures in society, gathered to kickstart efforts to transform education in the community.

The focus includes improving educational infrastructure to facilitate academic work.

To initiate their mission, JOSA raised funds to procure computers for the community library in alignment with the government's digitalization drive.

Additionally, members pledged to donate building materials for the construction and renovation of classroom blocks based on needs assessment.

Dr. Seth Mensah Abobi, a Lecturer at the and Interim Chairman of the Association, highlighted the urgency of addressing dilapidated classrooms.

He called on members to contribute generously to the initiative, emphasizing the importance of giving back to the community that nurtured them.

Municipal Chief Executive (MCE) Mr. Alexander Frimpong commended JOSA for its initiative, considering it a valuable complement to the Assembly's efforts in providing educational facilities for the community.

He emphasized the significance of such private initiatives in accelerating development and urged citizens to collaborate with state actors in the developmental agenda.

Nana Frimpong Manso, Kyidomhene of Juaso, representing the Chief of Juaso, Nana Asafoakaa Agyei Tabi, praised JOSA for its ambitious goal to positively impact education in the area.

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