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Agyei Annoh Godwin Inaugurates Mantra for a Possible Rejuvenation of SOCIOSO

It is that time of the academic schedule and as usual preparations for a probable shift of power lingers in the minds of power seekers.

Agyei Annoh Godwin popularly known as Baagio has relentlessly codified a mind beguiling mantra to inaugurate a possible run for the office of the presidency of Social Science Society (Socioso-KNUST).

Master Agyei Annoh is a 3rd-year student of English and a former student of the Konongo Odumsi Senior High School.

Citing on the need for a united front to forge a path and bring back the lost values of their beloved faculty, Mr. Baggio stated that the likes of Kwame Nkrumah, Prez Akufo-Addo and George Washington drived a common goal, that is the zeal to do more than what has already been done.

Norms are challenged, traditions broken, just to pull their peoples’ fortunes further, he added.

He ended with an excerpt from the local version of the nation’s anthem that “…3duru me ne wo so, S3 y3b3 y3 bi atoa so…”.

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Come along.
For ages, leadership has always been a collective effort, we have aways built strong societies through a commitment to certain ideals and beliefs, the social sciences society is no different, it is a community of relentless, diverse and dedicated individuals driven towards excellence.
From the time of Kwame Nkrumah to Prez. Akuffo Addo, from Sir Robert Walpole to Boris Johnson, from George Washington to Joe Biden, they all share a common attribute thus to do more than what has already been done, to challenge the norms, break tradition and push their peoples’ fortunes further ahead.
I, Agyei Annoh Godwin, call on every class rep, dedicated group member, academic loyalists and the entire faculty to come along, let’s forge a path to bring back the lost values of this faculty.
I take an excerpt from the local version of our anthem “…3duru me ne wo so, S3 y3b3 y3 bi atoa so…”. It is our duty and mandate to join hands as we are stronger together to challenge the status quo and do more.

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