Minister for the Western Region, Mr. Kwabena Okere Darko-Mensah, has commended the students and management of Dubose Senior High and Technical School for their stupendous performance at the 66th Independence National Quiz Competition held at Ho in Volta Region.
The school secured the second position in a tough competition with renowned schools of the country.
Mr. Okere Darko-Mensah commended the team at his office in Sekondi when he received a delegation led by the District Chief Executive, Mr. Emmanuel Boake, Director of Education, Mrs. Ernestina Winful, Head Mistress of the school, Mrs.
Irene Rebecca Empa and the contestants as well as some of the assembly’s administrative staff and teachers presented the prizes; Composed of cash prizes and trophies to the minister.
The Regional Minister appreciated the efforts of the Headmistress who has taken practical measures to ensure that the school excels in all activities.
He also appreciated the teachers for their support in ensuring that the students were able to achieve the milestone.
Mr. Okere Darko-Mensah promised to lobby for a school bus and other logistics to improve teaching and learning.
The school later accepted the Pro Vice Chancellor of Takoradi Technical University, Prof. Victor Kuweku Bondzi Mika, to establish a partnership between Daboz Senior High and the Technical School to benefit from the rich technical education of the University.
Professor Bondzi Mika applauded the contestants and presented an undisclosed amount to the contestants and urged them to maintain a lasting relationship between Takoradi Technical University and Dabose Senior High Technical School.
Messrs Evans Morkeh, Eric Inkham and Ebenezer Abekah represented the school for their remarkable achievement.
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