Shape Attitude Ghana and Akwantufu Welfare Club attend award winning ceremony
The Effutu Municipal Education Directorate of the Ghana Education Service invited Shape Attitude Ghana and Akwantufu Welfare Club to their 2015 best teacher and best school awards ceremony on Thursday, 12 November 2015 at the University of Education Winneba, South Campus Assembly Hall.
In a short speech, the founder of Shape Attitude Ghana, Mr Wonderful Baisie Ghartey, referred to the theme of the occasion “Providing quality education in Ghana: The Teacher factor” and called on teachers to be ambassadors to the crusade of stopping littering & keeping our surroundings clean. While the teachers are doing their best to impact knowledge, it was incumbent on them to set good example not only to the school pupils but also in the communities they live and wherever they find themselves.
Mr Ghartey, expressed the hope that litter free compounds in schools will be included in the criteria for selection of best schools. He announced that a competition will be organised among the schools for litter free schools including 50 to 100 meters radius around the schools.
The President of Akwantufu Welfare Club, Mr Moses K. Morgue was at the ceremony. Among the dignitaries present were the Omanhen of Effutu Traditional Area, Neenyi Ghartey VII, the Director of Education Service of Effutu Municipality, Mrs Hilda Eghan, District Directors, the Chairman of the Council of Churches, Rev Francis Odoom, and the Chief Imam of Winneba Alhaji Mansuru.
The Effutu Municipality of the Ghana Education Service is collaborating closely with Shape Attitude Ghana on the “litter free” campaign in schools.
From Left, Omanhen of Effutu Traditional Area, Neenyi Ghartey VII, Director of Education Service of Effutu Municipality, Mrs Hilda Eghan and Director of Shape Attitude Ghana, Mr Wonderful Baisie Ghartey
The president of Akwantufu Welfare Club, Mr Moses K. Morgue (left) and Mr Wonderful Baisie Ghartey (right)