A New Class Of Seventeen Students In Takoradi, Ghana...

Dear Brethren,

We are glad to report again our activities in this school for the month of October, 2014.

A total of (17) seventeen students have been admitted. We earlier reported on a student who was coming from Liberia. We said in that report that his admission process had stalled. Last week we had a phone call that he had obtained a clearance certificate from the health authorities in Liberia and would want to come. We decided that since his arrival in Ghana may pose a problem for the school, we informed him to suspend his coming until next year if, by God’s grace, the Ebola threat subsides.

Classes are going on successfully. Those who arrived late are gradually adapting to the school rules and classes. Ongoing lectures are progressing well.

At the last meeting of the instructors, it was agreed that we postponed the graduation indefinitely. The main reason for postponement is due to the hanging Ebola threat. We have also received the additional eleven of the graduation gowns.

Crowding in the Dining Hall
It has been observed that the dining hall is being overcrowded by the number of students. The space is close for students taking their meals.

Brother Daniel Asiamah 
He continues to receive treatment in Accra. We still ask for your continuous prayer for him and all of us.

Finally, we would want to thank you once again for the continuous support. We pray that the good Lord will pour his rich blessings upon you all

Thanks and God bless

To see Charles’ report with pictures, please click here.

Posted on November 16, 2014 .