Date: Sunday, December 17, 2023

In a significant event today, the Komenda College of Education celebrated the dedication of a new Principal’s duty car. The ceremony, graced by notable figures including Rt. Rev. Richardson A. Andam, the Council Chairman for the college and Bishop of the Cape Diocese of the Methodist Church-Ghana, marked a pivotal moment for the institution.

Rt. Rev. Richardson A. Andam emphasized the importance of this acquisition, highlighting the need for a reliable mode of transportation for the principal. Acknowledging the challenges faced due to the functional issues with the college’s previous pickup, Andam shared an incident where the principal’s vehicle broke down, underscoring the necessity for a dependable car to support administrative functions.

Through the Internally Generated Fund (IGF), the college successfully purchased a new Toyota Fortuner, approved by the council to ensure efficient operations and support the Principal in carrying out their duties effectively.

Expressing gratitude to the Principal, The Very Rev. Kwesi Nkum Wilson, and the entire management team for their diligent financial stewardship, Andam credited their prudent management of funds for enabling the acquisition of this essential asset. He also highlighted various developmental strides taken by the college, including infrastructure enhancements such as dormitories, an administration block, a computer lab, and the procurement of a college bus with support from the Student Representative Council (SRC).

Moreover, the Council Chairman announced the college’s plans to construct new teachers’ residences, revealing that approval for the project had been granted, with the commencement slated for January.

The dedication ceremony not only symbolized the acquisition of a new vehicle but also stood as a testament to the institution’s commitment to progress and development, with future plans aimed at further enriching the college’s infrastructure and facilities for both staff and students.

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