The 2000 Alumni Year Group of the Prempeh College Old Students Association, a.ka. Millennium Amanfuo, donated and installed audio-visual equipment worth GHS60,000 cedis to support e-learning at Prempeh College. The mounted equipment included four 65-inch LCD monitors and a projector, a switch and control board with live feed accessories for projecting live events. Technical Lead for the Audio Visual Project Mr. Nicholas Donkor said the equipment will will support presentations and lecture events held at the assembly hall.

Millennium Amanfuo Group made the gift to commemorate the group’s 20th anniversary of graduation. President of Millennium Amanfuo Group Mr. Kwaku Takyi Kyeremeh described the support as part of the group’s commitment to give back to Prempeh College.

“Since we completed [Prempeh College), it’s been 20 years, it is our anniversary project. With the numbers they have now [at the school], it will help with their lectures that they will have in the near future. Today is a very great day in our lives, when we were here 20 years ago, we saw other seniors coming in to donate to the school, so it is great for us that we are able to replicate such gesture.”

Mr. Kwaku Takyi Keyeremeh, President of Millennium Amanfuo Group

Mr. Takyi indicated that he was going to encourage other Alumni Year Groups to always come back to support the school so that the alumni at large could collaboratively raise Prempeh College to the top level that they all want the school to be.

Headmaster of Prempeh College Mr. Aaron Attua Gyau commended the Alumni Group for giving back to their alma mater. Mr. Gyau said the equipment was going to enhance communication in workshop and other events held at the assembly hall. He underlined the power of audio-visual technology to make presentations effective and sustain interest in audiences.