Youth for Progress, a development-focused advocacy group in Kwesimintsim, has congratulated Dr Prince Hamid Armah on his appointment as the Executive Secretary of the National Council for Curriculum and Assessment (NACCA).
The group said in a statement, “We believe that this appointment is in recognition of the spectacular accomplishments and outstanding competence that Dr Armah has displayed throughout his academic and professional careers.”
“As a student, he showed great promise and dedication to his studies, rising to the very top in a field that few can conquer. Such was his ability that he could have chosen to stay in the United Kingdom, where he had many lucrative offers.
“To feather his own nest if he had chosen. He, however, elected to return to Ghana to serve his country, firm in his belief that talents and ability are best used for the benefit of one’s community,” they added.
The group continued: “We are convinced that it is the strength of his contributions as well as his obvious patriotism that has led to his appointment. We are also very proud to observe that since his appointment, he has moved swiftly to justify the confidence of the appointing authority.”