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The Prempeh College Endowment (PEF) establishes mobile payment for alumni

Category:Director's Corner,Donor Stories

Greetings alumni worldwide,

Thanks to Dr. Victor Agyeman, Executive Director of CSIR (Center for Scientific & Industrial Research), PEF has established an MTN mobile payment number for worldwide contributions to be made in Cedis (GHS).

So, if you are in Ghana then you can make your regular or monthly contributions towards the Endowment. Please find information below:

Colleagues please make all payments in Ghana Cedis to the following:

  1. NAME: PREMPEH ENDOWMENT FUND (PEF)
  2. MOBILE NUMBER: 0243455712

Sincerely,

The Directors


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Charles K. Asare – Importance of giving back

Category:Class Notes,Donor Stories

Giving back is the responsibility of all those who are fortunate to be able to assist others.  Giving back to me is a way of saying thank you for the countless blessings that I have benefited from society to flourish.  The willingness to voluntarily give back to society is commendable.  It demonstrates ones’ sophistication and maturity in accepting responsibility to advance their communities and society at large.

Charles Asare is a member of Prempeh College class of 1975/77.  He has over 25 years of experience in senior management, banking, and finance in Africa and the US. He was CFO and COO for GPHA Inc. of Philadelphia, and Director-General of SSNIT in Ghana. He managed HSBC Equator Bank’s West African operations and was responsible for Business Development in Corporate Banking and Finance as Assistant General Manager of Ecobank Ghana Limited. He currently serves as a Director on the Boards of CDH Investment Bank Ltd, Malawi, and Airports Council International, Africa.  Mr. Asare holds an MBA from Tuck Business School at Dartmouth College, and a BA in Economics from Haverford College.


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Albert Banahene – Making a Difference

Category:Class Notes,Donor Stories

This is a step towards giving back to my Alma Mater.

There is no institution that has molded some of us better than Prempeh did. SUBAN ne Nindeɛ.  Indeed, a profound motto that always rings in my mind.  We were privileged to have had opportunities for good academics and extracurricular activities.  I miss the cadet corps, athletics, and all the social clubs.


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