Dr Richard Kofi Asiedu, the Chief Executive Officer of St Andrews Group of Schools and Companies releases Mitsuoka Gajaj classic car which is only one in the country and worth $210000.00 for 2022 to celebrate the performance of St Andrews SHS students for 2021 WASSCE results.
The school recorded 100% pass with 98% distinctions and thirty (30) students getting 8A's in the 2021 WASSCE which is unprecedented in the history of WAEC examinations.
The same school topped the whole country with 98.8% in the West African Secondary School Certificate Examination last year and has finally made it 100% this year.
Dr Richard Kofi Asiedu is the brain behind the top performance of the candidates that writes the WASSCE every year .
With PhD in human resources, the kind of motivation he provides for his staff looks audacious and motivation enables an individual to put up the best performance.
Among some of the students who displayed an excellent performance in the 2021 WASSCE out of the 30 that got 8A's is shown below
The victory of the school is a force to be reckoned with since quality education is the key to success and also auger well for Ghana's development at large.
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