- It was a colourful ceremony at the Ahantaman Girls Senior High School when the prefects for the 2023/2024 academic year were sworn in
- The Head Girl was dressed like a traditional queen mother holding a sword symbolising her staff of office
- She took an oath to lead the student body diligently without fear or favour to anyone
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It was a sight to behold when the Head Girl of Ahantaman Girls Senior High School was sworn into office in the school to lead the prefect board for the 2023/2024 academic year.
Natasha dressed up like a traditional Ghanaian queen and held a sword while taking the oath of office.
She wrapped a white lace underneath her kente-designed fabric which was wrapped over her shoulder.
The Head Girl of the Senior High School had a haircut with a band over her head replicating the crowns traditional queens wear when they sit on their thrones.
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After she took the oath of office, Natasha was helped to sit on a stool; symbolizing her ascension to the Head Girl's ‘throne’.
There was one female student holding an umbrella over Natasha’s head all through the ceremony while another walked close to her like a linguist.
People react to the video while tapping into Natasha’s grace for their children
After videos of the ceremony were shared several internet users commented wishing her well while others pray for similar grace for their children.
Nana Agyeiwaa said:
This is absolutely beautiful
I tap into ur blesses for my two little girls
Parents will be proud of you
Essential Bernice said:
I tap into this glory for my kids in Jesus name
I tapped into your blessings for my children in Jesus name amen Go higher dear God bless you
Pastor Addai Mununkum indicated:
This is commendable and needs some accolades guys, keep it up.
Watch the video below:
16-year-old Chemu SHS student wins 2023 young debaters competition
In a previous student, a male student of Chemu Senior High School, McKenzie Damprani has been adjudged the best young debator in Ghana in the 2023 Young Debaters competition.
The final saw contestants from Accra High School, Accra Girls, Chemu Senior High and Akosombo International School debate on the theme “relationship between nations cannot be governments alone.”
The final debate was held on April 1, 2023. The judges measured their performance in four main areas. For winning the competition, McKenzie travelled to the UK in May to represent Ghana at the International Public Speaking Competition (IPSC).
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