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NUGS Honours Frank Annoh Dompreh For His Contributions To The Union

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The leadership of the National Union of Ghana Students has paid a courtesy call on the MP for Nsawam Adoagyiri, Hon. Frank Annoh Dompreh on Tuesday.

The executives made the visit to commend and honour the member of parliament who once served as a President of the Union for his contributions to the union and education in Ghana.

The former NUGS President cum MP during his tenure at the helm of affairs at the union is remembered for helping in refurbishing the NUGS secretariat among others things.

Current President Yiadom Boakye with the MP for Nsawam Adoagyiri and former NUGS President Frank Annoh Dompreh

The leadership of the union presented a painting to Hon. Dompreh as a token of appreciation for his good work.

Read the full statement from NUGS below:

Earlier today ( Tuesday,13th July 2021 ) the Leadership of the National Union of Ghana Students paid a working visit to one of its former President’s who serves as the Majority Chief Whip of Ghana’s Parliament, Hon. Frank Annoh Dompreh.

The Union honored him on his support for Education in the Nsawam Adoagyiri Constituency through the facilitation of scholarships, provision of laptops for both teachers and students, learning equipments (ie Calculators, Handbooks and Exercise Books) and free tuitions to support hundreds of WASSCE candidates.

As former President, Hon. Annoh-Dompreh made commitment to aid the refurbishment of the Unions Secretariat as well as the administration’s vision to rebuild a strong alumni network.

He also promised to help promote the cooperate image of the Union by leveraging on the influence of its alumni.

Aluta Continua!! Victoria Ascerta!!

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