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Christian Methodist Old Students to host Fundraising Dinner



Christian Methodist, Old Students. CHRIMOSA, DINNER

The Christian Methodist Old Students Association, (CHRIMOSA), as part of activities to raise funds to provide their alma mater with a facelift, will host a Fundraising Dinner Dance on January 7, 2023 at the Green Pepper Restuarant at East Legon.

The event which would precede the year-long activities is aimed at raising funds to support the completion of the School’s Girls dormitory.

Speaking with the President of CHRIMOSA, Anyemi Rev. Justice Ekuban, he called on alumni, corporate bodies and individuals to come on board to support the programme.

We invite everyone especially old students (Anyemimei) and corporate Ghana to be part of the memorable event and to contribute to a worthy cause,” he stated.

Christian Methodist, Old Students. CHRIMOSA, DINNER

He also urged corporate bodies to take advantage of the event to demonstrate their commitment to corporate social responsibility by becoming sponsors.

The school was established in September 1960 by the Late Rev. Gordon Nii Akwei Quaye of blessed memory with funding from the United States-based Christian Methodist Episcopal Church. The school was initially located, in rented premises, at Asylum Down, near the Kwame Nkrumah Circle. Originally a private institution, it was absorbed into the public educational system in September 1965. The school moved to the present site, in Weija, in September 2009.

Christian Methodist, since inception has churn out great individuals who have and continue to contribute their quota to the development of Ghana.

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