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15.03.2009 Sports News

AGOSA hold sponsored walk

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AGOSA hold sponsored walk

President of the Accra Girls Old Students Association (AGOSA) Madam Florence Oku has called on parents to help in the upbringing of their children to enable them grow to become useful citizens.

She said parents need to play important roles towards the upbringing of their children without which she noted school authorities would not be able to achieve the needed purpose.

Madam Oku made the call at the end of the Association's Sponsored Walk held in Accra on Sunday.

The Walk which started from the Elwak Stadium through the Airport area, ended at the school premises.

It was aimed at raising funds to complete a number of projects being undertaken in the school by the Association.

Madam Oku said so far the Association has spent 3,500 Ghana cedis in renovation works in the school witht 20,000 Ghana cedis been earmarked for new projects which would be funded through voluntary contributions and fundraising activities.

She called on corporate bodies, institutions and old students to support the Association achieve its developmental efforts and goals.