Old Students called upon to help develop their Alma Mater.
Bomso M/A JHS Old Students Association BOSA, in the Ashanti Region has called on old boys and girls in the various educational institutions in the Country to return to support and develop their Alma Maters.
According to the Association, past students have a key role to play in ensuring the sustenance of their school adding that, all citadels of learning had their progressive development undertaken and sustained by their own products.
This call was made after the 1994 year group of Bomso M/A JHS rehabilitated the school with new roofing sheet, they also cleared the bushy environment and fell down trees which gave the school a befitting facelift.
Speaking to hello fm Rexkin Ohene Boateng, the Organizer for BOSA 1994 year group, Engr. Collins Owusu-Ansah noted with concern that the school administration and the entire body of BOSA were not working together as expected and this remains a big challenge in helping to undertake infrastructural projects for their alma mater.
The BOSA Organizer, Engr. Collins Owusu-Ansah who is currently the Assistant Engineer at the Kwabre East Municipal Assembly describing the state at which the school that has nurtured prominent people in the country said it is imperative for past students to demonstrate concern for the school where they received training to become who they were today.
He disclosed that Teachers and Pupils perish from the scorching sun and the raining drops as a result teaching and learning come to a halt.
Engr. Collins Owusu-Ansah further noted that the intervention of the old boys and girls associations helps to bridge funding gaps in the provision of the foregoing by government.
Their actions reflect strong response to governments’ clarion call to assist the schools as they cannot tackle all the challenges alone due essentially to inadequate resources.
But most importantly, the old students embark on the assistance schemes as strategies to give back to society that has so blessed them, laying their foundation of successes at their alma maters.
The videos and pictures below show the state of the school before and after the Association visited them.