Ahuofe Patri to open the new phase of High Schools Africa’s latest program, Back With Alumnus.
Ahuofe Patri To Open The New Phase Of High Schools Africa’s Latest And Most Prestigious Program,” Back With Alumnus” This April, the most vibrant African High Schools empowerment program operating under the registrar general department of Ghana by the name “High Schools Africa” has introduced the third phase of their program dubbed “Back With Alumnus”.
Back With Alumnus seek to connect notable alumni of various senior high schools across the African continent back to their Alma mater with an agenda to give back to the continuing students in words and also in substance when necessary.
According to Goshers, who is known to be the face and the showrunner of HSA programs, Back With Alumnus is connecting individuals across Africa who have succeeded in the world of music, sports, movies, politics, science and technology, business, etc. to their alma mater to give back to the continuing students in words by way of speaking to them to empower them for excellence pursuit in life and also to add to the goodwill status of alumnus and make it visible to those who follow them to appreciate their decision to help impact on the lives of the younger generation in the second cycle institutions across the African continent.
In beginning, the High Schools Africa team has chosen the most sensational Ghanaian actress, Priscilla Opoku Agyeman popularly known as Ahuofe Patri to begin Back With Alumnus with. On April 29, 2022, High Schools Africa in collaboration with the administration of Swedru Senior High School in the Central region of Ghana would prepare the grounds for Miss Priscilla Opoku Agyeman who is an alumnus of this great institution to meet the entire student body to speak to them on a very important subject that will have a lasting positive effect on the students in a manner that will position them for the life ahead of them.
We anticipate High Schools Africa’s Back With Alumnus to be a major game-changer that will educate, nurture and empower millions of African youths in the second cycle of institutions for the collective growth of the continent. We are also much curious to see which celebrity is next after Miss Priscilla Opoku Agyeman. What are your thoughts and expectations for this?