Speaking at a an event dubbed ‘The Reconnect Night’ to launch the Trust Fund, Mr. Kissiedu said the 2004 Year Group has already undertaken some development projects at the school.
“The 2004 Class Group has completed a number of projects for the school, including the restoration of the revered “Faithful Eight” torch and the refurbishment of the school’s dispensary,” he explained.
Such efforts by the 2004 Class Group, he remarked, demonstrate their unshakeable dedication to preserving Mfantsipim School’s tradition and developing an enduring culture of compassion.
Mr Kissiedu stated that the Trust Fund will be administered by a 14-person board, with each member being an Mfantsipim School graduate.
This is to maintain prudence and efficiency in the fund’s functioning, as well as to protect the fund’s integrity and cultivate an atmosphere of maximum transparency in its administration.