Legacy Girls’ College Opens

Sedina Tamakloe Attionu (right), CEO of Micro Finance and Small Loans Centre (MASLOC) and Her Excellency Ms Margit Thomsen, Danish Ambassador to Ghana unveiling the school crest at the ceremony.

LEGACY GIRLS’ College, Ghana’s first private all girls boarding school, has been opened at Akuse, a town in the Lower Manya Krobo, Eastern Region.

The grand opening was to officially introduce Legacy Girls’ College to Ghanaians and to acquaint them with the ideals on which the school was founded.

Courses offered at Legacy Girls’ College are all in line with the Ghana curriculum for senior high schools with ancillary departments for BECE remedial.

Maranatha Kove, Principal of Legacy Girls’ College, said college has the mission to ‘nurture the immense potential of girls to be whatever they want to be in a fast changing and increasingly complex world,’

The college, she said, would also provide an education for girls that prepare them to succeed in the real world by nurturing the girls of Legacy to be confident,competent and caring.

Mrs Mawuena Adzo Trebarh, CEO of Ghana Investment Promotion Centre, said that every girl who goes through Legacy Girls’ College is destined to lead a legacy for success in life.

She noted, ‘As citizens of Ghana, we need to focus on what is happening internally and commit to the process of excellence.’

Dr Mrs Ellen Hagan, Co-Founder of Legacy Girls’ College, encouraged young girls to excel in the world of work, know their self-worth, discover their purpose and be more solution-oriented in making the world a better place.

The school crest was unveiled by Mrs Sedina Tamakloe Attionu, CEO of Micro Finance and Small Loans Centre (MASLOC) and Ms Margit Thomsen, Danish Ambassador to Ghana.

Guests were taken through a virtual tour of the school, after which they were shown round the school premises.

Present at the event was Dr Erica Bennet, Ambassador for the Diasporan African Forum (DAF), Nana Oye Lithur, Minister for Gender, Children and Social Protection, Dr Mrs Sylvia Boye, former Head of the Ghana Education Trust Fund (GETFUND) and Mrs Joyce Boeh-Ocansey, Head of Recruitment, L’AINÉ Services Limited.

BY Cephas Larbi

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