The Upper West Regional Minister, Hon. Alhaj Sulaimana Alhassan has stated with strong conviction that, the status of the Wa Polytechnic will soon change and bring smiles to students and staff of the institution. He said the party has promised to convert the school into a Technical University status and will not relent on that promise.
The minister however lamented the challenge confronting the leadership of the institution noting that, the said challenge has been a major problem to the progress of the school. He urged students not to let the problems heckling the top hierarchy of Wa Polytechnic now Hillia Limman Polytechnic affect their studies. He was optimistic that, the problems will soon be addressed and give way to the progress of the institution.
“The only worry here is about the issue of headship, I must be frank with you, the issue of headship is a worry to all of us but we want to say, you as students let that not affect you so much, be committed to whatever you have come here to do, the issue of headship will also be resolved in the soonest, we assure you of that as well”.
Hon. Alhaj Alhassan indicated that, the NPP government under the leadership of President Nana Addo Dankwa Akuffo-Addo has the youth at heart and is ready to implement activities that will see to the development of the youth in the country.
“We want to assure also that, the government of His Excellency, the president of the republic, Nana Addo Dankwa Akuffo-Addo is going to focus attention on youth development, he says the youth are his passion, his attention will always be on the youth and that wherever we are going, we should always project activities of the youth, so do not hesitate, do not relent, try to be a committed members of TESCON”.
He made this known on Sunday November 18, 2018 when he was addressing TESCON members Wa Poly chapter as the special guest of honor during their handing over ceremony organised at the school’s campus.
Prof. Daniel Bagah, Governing Council Chairman, Hillia Limman Polytechnic
On his part, the governing council chairman of Wa Polytechnic (Hillia Liman Polytechnic) Professor Daniel Bagah, admonished students to be disciplined and committed to the activities of TESCON and their education as well. He says students must endeavour to go through the right way and achieve success, noting that there is no short cut to success.
By: Saeed Fatawu