Kwanyako Youths Angry At Their Chief -Over Move To Change The Name of KWASTECH

Addressing a crowded press conference in Agona Kwanyako on behalf of the youths in the area, the President of the old students association of the school, Mr Patrick Dede Nyarkoh explained that the current name of the school has been on the school over thirty (30 ) years of its exsistey which has also projected the Kwanyako community to the entire world wide.

Kwanyako Youths Angry At Their Chief -Over Move To Change The Name of KWASTECH
The Old Students Association of Kwanyako Senior High Technical School (KWASTECH) and the youths are boiling with anger at the chief of Agona Kwanyako, Nana Ampim Darkoh and their followers for their move to change the name of KWASTECH.
 
According to aggrieved youths, they are going to accept the intention by the chief of Agona Kwanyako, Nana Ampim Darkoh to change the name of the Kwanyako Senior High Technical School into his personal name "AMPIM DARKOH SHTS."
Addressing a crowded press conference in Agona Kwanyako on behalf of the youths in the area, the President of the old students association of the school, Mr Patrick Dede Nyarkoh explained that the current name of the school has been on the school over thirty (30 ) years of its exsistey which has also projected the Kwanyako community to the entire world wide.
"All the old products of the school have on their certificates as Kwanyako Senior High Technical so any attempt by the chief to alter the traditional name of the school is a complete lose of identity to the past students of the school and great disservice to the entire Kwanyako indigenes," they warned.
"Besides, the chief who wants to rename the school after himself has not made any significant contribution for the school since he ascended the throne as a chief to merit such monumental honour," they stressed.
The group called on President Akufo Addo, ministry of education, Ghana education service, central regional minister and the district chief executive for Agona East district who is also an old students of the school to call the Kwanyako chief to order before any unpalatable story is told.