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Old Saints swear in new global executives

A seven-member global executive for the Old Students’ Association of St. John’s School, has been sworn in at the school’s premises in Sekondi.

The seven-member executive committee is chaired by Old Saint Joseph Honny.

Other members of the new Global Executive Committee who were elected online at the Association’s Global Executives Elections on 15th August, 2020 include Old Saint Lawrence Joseph Ashun as Vice President, Old Saint Josiah Eshun as Secretary, Old Saint Vincent Semapley as Organising Secretary, Old Saint Courage Ahiagbe as Treasurer, Old Saint Prof. Alex Darku as Officer and Old Saint Jeffrey Abeiku Sam as officer.

This electoral milestone makes St. John’s School the first Ghanaian high school to conduct online elections to elect it global executives.

Present at the swearing-in were, Old Saint Dr. Henry Benyah, immediate past president, Old Saint Adjamah Cudjoe, Immediate past Secretary, Old Saint Kwame Akaba, immediate past Treasurer and Old Saint Henry Minski, immediate past Deputy Officer and Old Saint Anthony J. Mensah, the school headmaster.

For the next two years, Old Saint Joseph Honny and his team has the mandate to steer the affairs of the alumni’s global association and embark on an aggressive membership drive by instituting programs that stimulate interest and sustain useful networking.

Immediate past president, Old Saint Dr. Henry Benyah, thanked the Association for the opportunity to serve them as the global president with his executives.

He outlined achievements under his tenure, key among them being the refurbishment of the chemistry laboratory into a world class facility and the upgrading of the school’s basketball court to international standards.

The new president, Old Saint Joseph Honny on his part pledged to make the Association exciting with his vision “The Great Experiment”, his administration’s blueprint to move the association to the next level of excellence. 

He describes it as “an experiment,”.

Six hundred and sixty seven (667) outgoing students of the school were inducted into the association.