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Akora President John Atta Mills visits Achimota School, his alma mater
Akora President Mills and members of the choir

H. E. Akora John Atta Mills visited the School in October 2011 to inspect the new library built by the GETFund and to commission the 18 classroom block built by the Government of Ghana.

The Headmistress, Akora Mrs. Beatrice Adom met and escorted him on his visit to the School. The choir sang Asomdwe Hene to welcome him, much to his delight . He then posed with some members of the choir and went on to inspect the GETfund library. Akora President Mills was accompanied by Akora Alex Segbefia, Deputy Chief of Staff at the Presidency and the Mayor of Accra Mr. Alfred Oko Vanderpuije. The Headmistress thanked the GETfund for the Library and appealed to the Accra Metropolitan Assembly to assist the School to furnish it.

The next and final point of call for the President was the site of the new 18 classroom block located behind McCarthy House and Lodge Achimota. In her address, the Headmistress thanked the Government for all its assistance to the School and pleaded for more assistance with the sewage problems and the huge electricity bills which it cannot cope with. The President in his reply said he would do everything he could to assist the School.

News Source : Executive Secretary
Last updated at : 01 June,2012
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