Preparing for a new class in Accra

I wish to borrow the words of the apostle Paul to the Corinthians as my prologue: "Grace to you and peace from God our Father and the Lord Jesus Christ."

As usual, the month May has ended and that calls for joy and appreciation to our Maker for all the spiritual and physical blessings He showered on us.

Having said that, on behalf of the entire staff and students, I wish express our profound gratitude and appreciation to our donors and sponsors.

Within the period under review, information reached the college that some brethren are ready to offer a helping hand to the school. Management quickly made choices from the areas of aids that were made to. Management in turn sent to those brethren. Again, we are much grateful to them. We ask God's guidance and blessings on them.

By the grace of God through His Son Jesus, I would not be far from wrong to say that teaching and learning were at its best within the period.

At both departments (Regular and Week End) students submitted their assignments to their instructors on time and students are improving in their studies. This could be found out from the class tests.

Hopefully, by the end of December, the regular students will be completing their two year course. As a result of this, management sent out information seeking for new students. So far a number of potential students that had filled and returned their admission forms are very encouraged. Management is optimistic that by the end of July or August more had returned their forms to pave way for an interview. Interview as scheduled by management would be in September 2017.

Your brother,

Emmanuel Amoo-Gyimah

Posted on June 6, 2017 .