Kyeremeh Oppong Daniel, popularly known as K.O.D who is an aspiring Secretary for Education of the National Union of Ghana Students (NUGS) has toured the Upper West, Upper East and the Northern Region.
The phase 2 “NUGS to the Grassroots” visit was to educate students on the functions of the student union, motivate, and distribute books and pencils to aid in their learning activities.
This gesture is in line with his “NUGS TO THE GRASSROOT AGENDA”, a movement geared towards educating Ghanaian students across the country about the National Union of Ghana Students.
He visited various Basic and Junior High Schools like Nareligu JHS in the Upper East, Picii Primary School at Picii in the Upper West Region.
St. John Bosco Training College in the Upper East and AI Jahan College of Education were some of the Colleges of Education he visited.
He also visited UDS-Wa, Navrongo, Tamale and Nyankpala as well.
The visit also offered KOD the opportunity to engage various SRC and local NUGS executives in various universities.
Kyeremeh Oppong Daniel, commonly known in the political spheres as KOD on Monday, September 7, 2020, embarked on a sensitization exercise in the Ashanti Region of Ghana.
Delivering on his dedication to educating Primary and Junior High School students on the National Union of Ghana Students, what it accomplishes and embodies, he embarked on a sensitization exercise dubbed, NUGS to the Grassroots.
This he believes is very crucial if the student’s front needs to be reformed as it has been preached by many over the years.
The first phase of the tour saw schools within and around the Kwabre District visited and enlightened on the Student’s front.
Among the schools which he and his team have visited are Ahwiaa R/C Basic and Junior High School, Glorious Academy, Ahwiaa D/A Basic and Junior High School, Meduma D/A Basic, and Junior High School, and many other schools in the District.
The second phase of the visit is expected to commence this week.
This has not been the only kind gesture expressed by the Secretary for Education, Hopeful.
Not long ago, we reported his donations to communities and schools in Ghana. It is believed that he spent over Gh¢ 50,000 to procure Nose masks, sanitisers, and sensitized communities on ways to protect themselves against the Novel Coronavirus.