The 2006 Class of the Ghana School of law, yesterday, paid homage to their colleague 'mate' to congratulate her on her appointment as the Minister of Information.
The 12-member delegation, which was led by Prof. John Aheto expressed their pride for the fact that one of their 'mates' has found favour under the present government. They were full of praise for the Minister for being one of the youngest ministers under the present regime.
The Professor was also happy to see one of the 'Class of 2006', which he described as 'an infant group' becoming a Minister.
The SRC President of the year group, Mr. John Alan assured the Minister that as a colleague lawyer, they would do everything within their profession to help her ministry function effectively and efficiently during her tenure of office.
To help the Minister perform well, the group suggested that she had a document that outlines the core functions of the Ministry as well the manifesto of her government. With this, her Ministry, the group noted, would be able to execute its missions and objectives, devoid of public criticism.
The group of lawyers, therefore, advised the Information Minister to embrace the principles of human relations and loyalty as well as working hand in hand with both the staff of the Ministry and the Information Services Department, saying that these traits would in no doubt make her one of the best and respected Ministers of her time.
Mrs. Sabah Zita Okaikoi thanked her colleague lawyers for the visit, which she described as morale-boosting and said she would need their support in the performance of her duties.
The Minister promised to assiduously work to enhance the confidence reposed in her by His Excellency, the President and her alma mater