The occasion which is expected to bring all old students of the “garden-city” based senior high school under one sunshade to interact and share life experiences also aims at improving the welfare of the alma-mater.
This year’s event comes off from Saturday, June 30 to Monday, July 2 at the Kumasi Academy campus as the area will come to live during the three-day programme.
In the light of last year’s success, the three-day event is also envisaged to bring together “Akuninis” [old students of the school] from across the country and beyond.
A highlight to this year’s homecoming include; the Sick-bay project inspection, congress and elections, pool party, indoor games, thanksgiving service and many more.
Kumasi Academy can boast of old students who have and are still contributing their quota to national development in the persons of Mr. Peter Mac Manu (former National Chairman, NPP), Hon. Dan Kwaku Botwe (MP, Okere Constituency), Mr. Kwesi Amoafo-Yeboah (Independent Presidential Candidate, 2008 Ghana General Elections), Mr. Kwame Boafo (Executive Chairman, GLICO) just to mention a few.
For further information to the Kumasi Academy Homecoming 2012, contact 0244-330219, 0244-860672 in Accra and 0277-451290, 0244-577398 in Kumasi.