Bia Lamplighter College of Education matriculates 421 students

The Bia Lamplighter College of Education has held its maiden Matriculation and induction ceremony at Debeso in the Bia West District of the new North Western region.

A total of 421 students at various levels of their studies from level one to three hundred formally matriculated at the event which coincided with the formal induction of the school’s first substantive Principal, Dr Samuel Agyeman by the District Magistrate his worship Albert Owusu Annor assisted by Jerry Sarfo a senior assistant secretary and coordinator colleges of Education.

The Bia Lamplighter College of education was established as a private school by Dr.  Augustine Tawiah, the Member of Parliament for Bia West Constituency.

Dr Augustine Tawiah expressed delight at the matriculation and stated that he has very high expectations of the school as one of the only 46 accredited colleges of Education in the country.

The school he said is aimed at becoming high standard centre of teaching and learning in the school especially to his people whiles commending government for fully taking over the school to ensure greater reach and support teaching and learning.

Principal of the college Dr. Samuel Agyeman called on stakeholders to support the school to become one of the best colleges of education in the country.

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The students who could not hide their joy were grateful to the Member of Parliament for his visionary leadership.

The Bia Lamplighter College of Education cadet corps treated audience with a good display.

In a related development the MP visited some communities within the Bia West constituency to interact with residents as he devices ways to lobby projects for the area.

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