Former President, John Dramani Mahama, in commemoration of the 60th anniversary since the creation of Ghana Senior High School, his Alma mater, has handed over a fully renovated hostel that houses the Cabral and Gbanzaba Houses to authorities of the school.
Ghana Senior High School(Ghanasco) located in Tamale was established in the year 1960 to provide second cycle education to children of the Northern territories. Today, the school has trained students who have gone on to accomplish greater things. Former President Mahama and wife Lordina Mahama are both alumni of the school.
During a short ceremony to handover the renovated boys hostel, the Former President described returning to the school and reconnecting with his mates and seniors l as nostalgic feeling.
"Cabral House was my home during my days at Ghanasco, and it was a nostalgic feeling returning and reconnecting with some of my mates and seniors on Friday," the former President said.
The former President indicated that renovating and modernizing the building that houses the Cabral and Gbanzaba Houses when the state of the structure was brought to his attention is his hearty contribution to improving conditions of learning for our children.
Former first lady, Lordina Mahama, also sponsored the repainting and replacement of the nets at the girls dormitory named Lordina Block after her.
The school's 60th anniversary was supposed to be celebrated in 2020 but was delayed until this year because of the outbreak of Coronavirus.
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