Past Students of Wa Senior High School (WASSOSA)in the Wa Municipality are set to celebrate it’s 50th Anniversary in August after a failed attempt to celebrate it in 2021.
This was as a result of The severity of Coronavirus Pandemic in the previous year.
Each Past Student is to pay Ghc50 per a Statement issued by the Outgoing President of the Association Prof. Robert Yennah.
GOLDEN JUBILEE LEVY
As you might be aware, our alma mater, Wa Senior Secondary School was fifty years in November 2021 but, unfortunately, we were not able to celebrate it due to the Covid 19
pandemic. In line with best practices globally, there is every indication that we will be celebrating the golden jubilee in grand style this year with the launch in August 2022.
It is however, important to state that this important celebration cannot be marked with pomp and pageantry without the necessary financial resources. It is against this backdrop that the National Executive Committee decided to levy every member of the association an amount of at least fifty
Ghana Cedis (GHC 50.00) to be paid by the end of September 2022.
Receipt books will be given to some members in the various regions for the collection of the said levies. A dedicated MOMO MTN Number will also be given out to enable those who may wish to pay through that mode to do so.
We look forward to receiving positive responses from all WASSOSA members to enable us organise a successful Golden Jubilee celebration.
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I started my secondary school in Wa and at Wasec but moved to Tamale. Can I also contribute as an old of Wasec?