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Kyabobo Girls’ School Climaxed 10th Anniversary Celebration.

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The Board of governors, management, teachers and the students of Kyabobo Girls’ School in the Oti region climaxed the 10th anniversary celebration of the school with a grand durbar on Friday, 31th May, 2024. The durbar was marked with colourful performances – choral music, traditional dances (borborbor, agbadza, atrikpe, Kinatsu, and cadet corps display) from the students.

Dignitaries in attendance were the Member of Parliament (MP) for Nkwanta South Constituency, Hon. Joffrey Kini, Chiefs and their Traditional Council Members, Heads of Public Institutions in the Municipality, heads of Second Cycle Institutions, Old Students, Parents and other well-wishers. There were speeches from the MP, the Director General’s Rep, the Regional Director’s Rep, the Municipal Director’s Rep and others.

Kyabobo Girls’ School was established as a Junior High School and began operating in September, 2013. In 2016 about half the students who completed the Junior High School entered the Senior High School as pioneers and completed successfully in 2019. The school attained 10 years in September 2023 and decided to commemorate its anniversary celebrations in May, 2024 under the theme: “Ten Years of educating the girl child to shine; Successes, Challenges and the Future”.

Activities marking the celebration were float through the principal streets of Nkwanta, clean-up exercise, Cultural day (display of culture through dressing and traditional dance performances) and the grand durbar.

The headmistress of the school, Ms Monica Keleku, in her speech, appreciated the efforts of the stakeholders especially the Ghana Education Project (GEP) headed by Grill Norris (Founded of the school), the Parent Teachers Association (PTA), Nkwanta South Municipal Assembly that donated 100 bags of cement, for galvanising resources for the betterment of the school. Ms Keleku also announced that the school have been granted a full boarding stutus.

“Despite challenges faced over the years, our students have succeeded in many areas of education. Our first cohort of girls have just completed university, graduating from diverse subjects, nursing to engineering, community health to hospitality and tourism to physics to name but a few”. the headmistress added.

The headmistress, the director of the Ghana Education Project, Grill Norris, the first headmaster of the school, Mr. Benjamin Nozi, the president of the Old Student Union and other dignitaries cut the anniversary cake.

Compiled by MIS Team: Emmanuel Sappor & Daniel Ahiatrogah