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Mrs. Rita Hagan consul of the Ghana Embassador to France "Ghanaians in France are now known by the French authorities as good people with dignified behavior"..video on GiF TV   8 Villa Said
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zumahMr. Azumah ends with us

It is with mixed feelings that I write to inform you of my imminent departure from France at the end of my tour of duty. E the saying goes, every long road comes to an end and so is my long stay in France. I leave France at the end of August 2009 on reposting to Accra, saddened at the thought of leaving very good friends and acquaintances..more
   
 

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FEDGHAF bids farewell to H.E Prof OWUSU SARPONG.

prof. owusuGhana’s Ambassador to France, H.E Professor OWUSU SARPONG, invited the Executive Council of FEDGHAF as well as a delegation of community leaders to his residence on Friday 6th February 2009 for an informal cocktail during which he informed them of his departure.

Much as his departure was foreseeable following the change of government, the announcement came as a surprise as the delegation was not expecting this to come so soon.
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The General Secretary, Mr. KOFFI SETODJI, on behalf of FEDGAF, conveyed to His Excellency the gratitude of members Associations for initiating the idea of a united body of all Ghanaians. The General Secretary also emphasized that the formation of the Federation of Ghanaian Associations in France could not have been possible without his fatherly counsel.

The Ambassador exhorted the Executive Council and the community leaders to ensure that unity and peace prevailed within the Ghanaian community. He thanked Ghanaians in France for the support given to him during his stay.

The Organizing Secretary on behalf of FEDGHAF presented to Prof OWUSU SARPONG a specially knitted FEDGHAF KENTE muffler. Mrs. Georgina ATTAH, on behalf of member associations presented two pieces of cloth to His Excellency and his wife.

Also present were senior members of staff from the Embassy.
BON VENT His Excellency.  “Onipa be yee bi……………………….. “
Pictures of the event are available at the Photo Gallery.


Prof Owusu sarpongProf. Albert Owusu Sarpong, former Dean of the Faculty of Social Science at the Kwame Nkromah University of Science And Technology ( K N U S T ) and currently Ghana's Ex Ambasssador to France.

 


 

 

   

 

 

 

       

 

 

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