A Former Assistant Headmistress of the Nsein Senior High School, Madam Grace Eshun, has been officially sworn in as the new Headmistress of the Methodist Senior High School in Kansaworado near Sekondi, becoming the ninth and first female headmistress of the school.
The induction ceremony, held at the Christ the King Methodist Church in Anaji, Takoradi, coincided with Mothers' Day Celebrations.
The Right Reverend Daniel De-Graft Brace, the Immediate past Bishop of the Sekondi Diocese of the Methodist Church, Ghana, administered the oath of office, secrecy, and allegiance to Madam Grace Eshun, urging her to uphold the constitution and maintain an impeccable reputation.
The Rt.Rev. Emmanuel K. Ansah, Bishop of the Sekondi Diocese of the Methodist Church, Ghana, conducted the Induction service and encouraged the new Headmistress to embrace her role and lead the school in a manner that brings glory to God.
Bishop Ansah emphasized the importance of relying on the Lord throughout her tenure as Headmistress.
He assured the new Headmistress of the unwavering support of the Methodist Church and the Diocese in their efforts to uplift the school.
During his sermon, The Very Rev. Francis Ennuson, General Manager of Methodist Schools, advised Madam Grace Eshun to familiarize herself with the policies of the Ghana Education Service (GES) and those of the church to effectively manage the school.
He also emphasized the importance of adhering to the principles of truth and avoiding any form of corruption or ungodliness that could tarnish the administration's reputation.
Madam Felicia Agyeibea Okai, the Western Regional Director of Education, extended her congratulations to Madam Grace Eshun on her new position and assured her of the Regional Educational Directorate's support for both her and the school.
She highlighted the significant investments made by the government in the education sector, particularly through the implementation of the free Senior High School policy.
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