Members of the Free SHS Graduates Association of Ghana have extolled the commitment and continuous assistance of their chief patron, Dennis Kwakwa.
According to the group, Mr. Kwakwa who is the Ashanti Regional Youth Organiser has assisted them through their time of formation till now.
Without his direction and financial assistance they noted, ‘we wouldn’t have known how to make Ghanaians and the world know how grateful we are to HE Nana Addo for this great opportunity given us’.
In a statement signed and released by the National President of the Association, Charles Ayorka, the group could not hide its heartfelt appreciation and gratitude to Hon. Mathew Opoku Prempeh and Mr. Kwakwa, praying God’s blessings upon them.
“There were a lot of things we wanted the whole country to know but we didn’t know how to go about it, but our beloved Mr. Kwakwa and the excellent Minister of Education, Mr. Mathew Opoku Prempeh held our hands and made sure the whole country and even the world heard us, and this, we believe, has translated into the victory for our dear father HE Nana Addo”. It said.
The Association is therefore appealing to the president to, as a matter of appreciation give Mr. Kwakwa more responsibilities in the next government as ‘his commitment, dedication and achievements are unparalleled among his peers in the party’.
“Looking at his passion to see the president win the 2020 elections, and even how he organized us and fed us through the campaign period, we believe he is very qualified for a higher appointment in the next government of His Excellency”. It said.
The Association also took the opportunity to once again thank the President, Minister of Education, and the free SHS secretariat for the great opportunity given them with the Free Education policy.
“Without free education, many of our colleagues could not have tasted Senior High Education at all talk less of even completing, we are therefore grateful to the generational thinker of our time Oseade3yo Nana Kweku Addo Danquah Akufo Addo”. It noted.
Credit: James Appiakorang Jnr.