Wa Senior High School Old Students Association (WASOSA) has lauded the appointment of two of their members to two top positions.
Legal practitioner Yoni Kulendi has been sworn in as a Justice of the Supreme Court while Mahama Kappiah has been appointed the permanent representative Ambassador of the Economic Community of West African States(ECOWAS) to the United Nations.
WASOSA, eulogizing the appointees in a statement, said: ”Members of the association are not unaware of your dynamism, intellectual capability, honesty and above all excellence in the academic and extra-curricular activities your student days at our alma mater, commonly referred as Great Wasec.”
They further stated ”it is with our strongest conviction that you will use your dynamism, foresight, wisdom, deep knowledge and individual expertise in the energy sector and professionalism at law respectively not only to spearhead the development agenda of the Upper West region in the area of education but also to advocate for the necessary reforms in your specialized areas of expertise and professionalism in the energy sector and the judiciary, which will contribute to renewable energy efficiency and advancement of democracy and in particular human rights respectively in Ghana in particular and Africa in general.
“The association is convinced beyond reasonable doubt that their tenure of appointments will witness the desired improvement in the academic fortunes of their alma mater, which will contribute in no small measure in making it an institution of academic excellence and discipline.”
They concluded the statement wishing the duo the guidance of Almighty God as they perform their roles in their respective offices.