In an inspiring display of solidarity, the Komenda College of Education’s management has extended its hand in support of the ongoing Nyeyi Festival by donating a variety of items to the Komenda Traditional Council. The festival, with the theme “The Role of Youth in Socio-Economic Development,” commenced on September 4th, 2023, and will culminate on September 12th, 2023. Its primary aim is to unite the people of the Komenda traditional area and strategize for development.

On the 5th of September, the management of Komenda College presented a generous assortment of items and a cash donation to the Komenda Traditional Council. Mr. E. B Rockson, the Finance Administrator, and Mrs. Georgina Efua Cudjoe, the Planning Committee Chairperson, graciously received these contributions on behalf of the Omanhene of Komenda Traditional Area, Nana Akatakyi VIII, and the entire planning committee. The donations included crates of popular beverages such as malts, Coca-Cola, Fanta, Club Beer, Guinness, Schnapp, packs of bottled water, and an undisclosed monetary amount via a cheque, all aimed at bolstering the council’s efforts for a successful festival.

Mr. E.B Rockson expressed heartfelt gratitude to Komenda College and its management for their benevolent gestures and willingness to support this event. He earnestly requested the college’s continued commitment to strengthening their relationship with the community and the council, assuring them of the council’s readiness to reciprocate whenever needed.

Mrs. Georgina Efua Cudjoe, the festival planning committee’s chairperson, seized the opportunity to extend her appreciation to the college. She took a moment to address the students present, emphasizing the importance of taking their studies seriously, highlighting education’s role in shaping their future and fostering personal growth.

Speaking on behalf of the college and the management, Mr. Theophilus Kweku Bassaw, the Vice Principal, underscored the unity that exists between the college and the community. He assured all present that the college remains committed to nurturing the strong bond they’ve forged for the betterment of both the town and the college.

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