“I studied hard and became a doctor and now I am the MP for Obuasi East. If not for anything, they (students) should look at me and be encouraged to study hard”
Christ Community school, Tutuka Methodist and Great Adass emerged first, second and third respectively in the primary school march pass. Abusco Royal school also won the JHS division. Artic secondary school trailed behind Christ the King Senior High school in the senior high school division.
Obuasi East District has observed its maiden Independence Day celebration at the Father Murphy Senior High School in Obuasi. The cerebration which was dubbed ‘Celebrating Peace and Unity’ was attended by the District Chief Executive of Obuasi East, the Member of Parliament for Obuasi East, Obuasi East District Assembly Presiding Member, Assembly members, schools, the media, among others. Twenty-three schools were invited for the March Pass which comprised of ten primary schools, eleven junior high schools and two senior high schools.
Anglogold Ashanti, Ghana has partnered the Obuasi Municipal and Obuasi East District Assemblies to roll out a Client Exhibition and Trade Show, the first of its kind in the two districts.
Mr. and Mrs. Yiranbon gave honeymoon a different meaning when they decided to enjoy theirs with orphans in Obuasi.
A leading provider of support for startups in Sub Saharan Africa (SSA), Ingressive Capital has launched their online application for early stage founders based in SSA to access funding in 30 days or Less.
Anglogold Ashanti Malaria Control (AGAMAL) in partnership with the Obuasi Municipal Assembly and the Obuasi East District Assembly yesterday, 12th February, 2019 jointly launched the ‘Keeping Obuasi Clean’ Campaign in Obuasi.
Keeping hydrated is crucial for health and well-being, however not choosing a safe drinking water can make you one of the billion people who die a year from unsafe water.
The District chief Executive for Obuasi East, Honourable Faustina Amissah on Wednesday 6th February, 2019...
The Ashanti Regional Directorate of the National Youth Authority (NYA) has donated five hundred supplementary reading books to six basic schools in the Adansi South District to promote the habit of reading in students at the basic level.