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Late President Akora J.E.A. Mills son donates to Achimota School
The son of the late Ghanaian President John Evans Atta Mills, Samuel Fiifi Atta Mills, on Tuesday made a donation to the Achimota School in Accra as part of activities to mark his father’s 71 birthday celebrations posthumously.... FULL STORY
Turkey refurbishes Achimota School Science Laboratory
The Turkish International Cooperation and Development Agency (TIKA) yesterday handed over a refurbished science laboratory to the authorities of the Achimota School. ... FULL STORY
OAA ’75 @ 40
On 17th September 1970, 214 boys and girls from Gambaga to Accra, from Wiawso to Keta gained admission to Achimota School.... FULL STORY
OAA 2001 Year Group donates to Christian Faith Orphanage
President of the year group, Nana Addo Obuobi in presenting the items noted that, “as part of year group’s plans for the year, it was important for us to validate our social responsibility and make an effort to support our community... FULL STORY
The 1987 Year Group Support Floods And Fire Victims in Accra
The 1987 Year Group of the Achimota School led by Welfare Committee Chairman, Gyasiwa Ansah donated items worth thousands of cedis to floods and fire victims in Accra.... FULL STORY
Meet Fashion Artist / Illustrator -AkoraPapa Oppong Bediako
My illustrations usually depict strong, powerful looking women with an attitude. If I was to give a general title for the Papa Oppong woman, it would be: “The Modern African She”. Africa is as chic as any other continent on the planet. Our ... FULL STORY
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In addition to its historical significance to the Gold Coast and Ghana, Achimota School also served as the Headquarters for the West African War Council at Achinota, Gold Coast.
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