Gabriel Appiah’s Journey Continues to Empower Learners Across the Country



The National Union of Ghana Students (NUGS) Secretary for Education aspirant, Gabriel Appiah, has donated a brand-new dell desktop computer to the winning school of the maiden edition of the NUGS quiz competition. He was present at the grand finale of the NUGS quiz competition for basic schools which was an initiative of the incumbent NUGS Secretary for Education, Asare Bediako.

As part of his contribution towards this great initiative, Gabriel and his team donated the desktop PC worth GHc8,000.00 to the winning school of the maiden edition of the NUGS quiz held at the SDA Senior High School in the Afigya Sekyere East District in the Ashanti Region.

Gabriel Appiah, who is doing his Master’s programme at the Cape Coast University, used the opportunity to engage students from the various basic schools in the district and implored them to fully participate in all educational programmes to harness their talents and potentials for a brighter future.

“I believe this idea birthed by the current administration of NUGS to bring this quiz competition to the doorstep of the basic schools to give them an opportunity to develop and showcase their intellectual abilities is a step in the right direction.

“I commend the current administration of the NUGS, especially, the President Kyeremeh Oppong Daniel and Asare Bediako for organizing such an inspiring, thoughtful and impactful programme. This is an excellent initiative and organization focused on ensuring an effective and all-inclusive education,” he said.

In another development, Mr. Appiah, who has visited most schools in the country, was at the Bitim-Chinderi community in the Krachi Nchumuru district of the Oti region, to witness firsthand the dedication of teachers and students striving for a better future.

As a concerned individual, Gabriel said he believes in investing in the future of Ghana’s education, and for that matter, he donated bags of cement to support the construction of a new classroom unit-block championed by the 57th NUGS administration, a crucial step in ensuring a conducive learning environment for these learners.

“My commitment to “transform to develop” extends beyond words, and I will continue to advocate for resources and initiatives that improve the educational landscape for all learners in the Oti region and Ghana at large,” Gabriel asserted.

“I must say that education is one of the critical institutions in the socio-political and economic development of any country, which helps in transforming minds and the totality of the available human resource into significant social, political and economic capital capable of harnessing the transformed knowledge-base to meet agreed upon developmental standards,” he opined.

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