ISATS PARTNERS WITH MFANTSMAN OLD GIRLS ASSOCIATION – ASSIN CHAPTER

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With the main purpose of contributing their quota towards the education and welfare of pupils and students, the Mfantsiman Old Girls Association (MOGA Assin Chapter) partnered with the Public Affairs Unit of the Immigration Service Academy & Training School on a career path to render intellectual support, mentorship and careers guidance in the three Assin District.

The crew, led by Supt. of Immigration REGINA ASIEDU (Chairlady of MOGA Assin Chapter), began with ASSIN CENTRAL (FOSCO Demonstration ‘A’ and ‘B’ and Odumansi Basic School, then shifted on to ASSIN NORTH (with Assin North Girls Model School and Asempaneye Catholic School), and finally ended in ASSIN SOUTH ( Assin Dominase School).

In conjunction with some careers in different specialties, students were presented with the various opportunities they could have in life.

Supt. Regina ASIEDU first thanked the Commandant of Immigration Service Academy, Asst. Commissioner (ACI.) ALEX ADU, for his cooperation with MOGA Assin Chapter and also thanked other supportive professionals. She urged private and public sectors to recognize the importance of guiding the next generation to make sound decisions.

“I cannot thank the Commandant of the Immigration Service Academy enough for his advice and assistance to MOGA Assin Chapter.  He has himself trained many young civilians and has seen them become leaders, and I am not surprised by his backing with MOGA Assin Chapter. I equally thank the other career experts who contributed to the progress of this course.

Every opportunity that fuels talents in the right way must always be noticeable to our children at an early age. Guiding young people in itself is a Godly call and a huge reward for them.”

The PRO for the team Madam Grace Owusu Ocran, posited that this is one of many initiatives in the pipeline by MOGA Assin  Chapter and requested assistance from other MOGA chapters as well as private bodies throughout the country in order to deepen their practical experience of the of Ghanaian culture and the globe at large.

She also applauded the Immigration Service Academy Officer for Public Affairs (ASI. ROLLAND ABDUL-AZIZ) and his Deputy (ASI. NANA AMA ADOWAA APPIAH) for their Simulation Courses which captivated the students’ hearts and said; ‘there could not have been a much better time than this time especially following numerous recruitment scams and cross-border crimes. Finally I say AHUA Mando’s.

 

STORY FROM.

PUBLIC AFFAIRS UNIT.

IMMIGRATION SERVICE ACADEMY AND TRAINING SCHOOL.

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