Induction of College Principal : All Wescopa’s May Boast But 98 Tops Them All

Today, at the Wesley Cathedral in Kumasi, a significant milestone was reached as Baah Kennedy Ameyaw, a colleague and year mate, was inducted as the Principal of Wesley College (Wesco). This achievement marks a new height for the 1998 year group, solidifying their position as a shining example of excellence and unity.

Wesco, with its rich history, has produced many notable alumni, including Rev. Charles Wesley Armstrong, the first principal, and Rev. Ametefe, a revered and “dreadful” figure. However, Wescopa 98 stands out as a year group that has demonstrated remarkable unity, leadership, and progress.

Comprising individuals from various professions, including Rev. ministers, lawyers, police officers, dentists, accountants, academics, headmasters, journalists, and creative writers, Wescopa 98 has made a significant impact in various fields. Their achievements are a testament to their resilience, perseverance, and determination.

Notable alumni include Nii Ayikai Adjin Tettey, who set the record for the 100-yard dash with a time of 9.7 seconds in 1953, and distinguished high court judge Kwadwo Adjei Agyapong, a martyr for the rule of law during the PNDC era. Other notable alumni include past presidents of the Methodist Church, politicians, academics, athletes, and sports personalities, all documented in the college archives.

What sets Wescopa 98 apart is their collective achievement, demonstrating that unity and teamwork can lead to remarkable success. As they celebrate this milestone, they remember their deceased colleagues and acknowledge the support of their families and friends.

In the words of Michael Nyame, “All Wescopa’s may boast, but 98 tops them all.” Today, Wescopa 98 stands as an icon of hope, a shining example of what can be achieved through unity and determination. Congratulations to Baah Kennedy Ameyaw and the entire Wescopa 98 year group on this remarkable achievement!

Source : Michael Nyame

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