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25.02.2014 General News

34th Conference Of Catholic Heads Opens On Wednesday At Takoradi

By Yen Daakye Programme, Jem FM Sunyani, B/A
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Takoradi (W/R)-Preparations are far advanced for the Archbishop of Cape Coast, Most Rev. Matthias Kobena Nketsiah, to officially open the 34th Annual National Conference of the Association of Catholic Heads of Higher Institutions (ACHHI) at St. Mary's Seminary Senior High School at Apowa – Takoradi in the Western Region of Ghana on Wednesday.

The week long conference is on the theme: 'Management of Mission Schools in Ghana, Challenges and the Way forward.'

The conference is being attended by all heads of Senior High schools and Technical Institutions both private and public who are Catholics in the country.

The opening ceremony will be chaired by Most Rev. Matthias Kobena Nkestiah, Archbishop of Cape Coast and the key note address is expected to be delivered by Sir Ofsuaba Mensah Banahene, former Get-Fund Administrator of Ghana.

Other people who are looking forward to grace the occasion include the Western Regional Minsiter, Ebenezer Kwadwo Teye Addo, the Western Regional Director of Education, the Regional Managers of Education in the Region, the Ahanta West Metro Director of Education and Traditional Leaders in Ahanta West.

The conference which started on Tuesday, 24th Feb. 2014 is expected to end on Friday, 28th Feb.2014.

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