TANGABISI congratulate national best worker, Edward Kareweh
The national association of past students of the Bolgatanga Senior High School (TANGABISI) has congratulated two of their own, Mr Edward Kareweh, and Alhaji Sherriff Adams, for emerging tops at this year’s national and regional best workers awards held on May 1.
A statement issued and signed by the National Vice President of the association, Dr Justice Djokoto, said TANGABISI is proud that Mr Kareweh and Alhaji Adams had excelled in their respective workplaces, resulting in them being adjudged Overall Best Worker and Upper East Regional Best worker for 2018.
While Mr Kareweh, the General Secretary of the General Agricultural Workers Union (GAWU), received his award at the May Day parade held at the Baba Yara Sports Stadium in Kumasi, Alhaji Adams received his at Bongo in the Upper East Region, where the regional parade was held.
The awards formed part of activities marking the celebration of this year’s May Day, the 138th of its kind.
Commending the two past students of Bolgatanga Senior High School (BIG BOSS) for the laurels received, TANGABISI said in the statement that the awards were “testament of the values that BIG BOSS instilled in the two proud sons and we are delighted to see them radiate and continue to champion them.
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“While we associate ourselves with their successes, TANGABISI wish to emphasise that the recognitions are timely, opportune and very deserving.
“With its motto as ‘To the Glory of God and Honour of Ghana, BIG BOSS has since its inception strived to groom future leaders, whose lives and duties will glorify God and bring honour to their communities and Ghana as a whole.
“We are, therefore, not surprised that the two were selected as deserving of the honours,” it said.
The association also expressed confidence that the awards will inspire them “to achieve more, mentor colleague workers and infect others with their good work culture.”
It also used the opportunity to also congratulate all past students in and outside Ghana, who are making great contributions to the betterment of humanity.