Tuesday, December 15, 2015

Tamale Polytechnic Student Wins Outstanding ABMA Award

Ms. Rita Alo Awewutagi

A Twenty-four year old student of the Tamale Polytechnic in Ghana, Ms. Rita Alo Awewutagi has received the 2015 Outstanding Achievement Award from the Association of Business Managers and Administrators (ABMA) Education, a UK based professional learning programme.

 Ms. Rita Alo Awewutagi was honoured by ABMA Education, UK for achieving the highest result in HIV/AIDS Management in the whole of Ghana. She received a Gold Medal with “ABMA Outstanding Achievement Award” embossed on it. Ms. Rita Alo Awewutagi also received a Special Citation and Certificate. 

In showing their appreciation and gratitude to Ms. Rita Alo Awewutagi for raising the image of the Tamale Polytechnic high, the school authorities organized a colourful event of all teaching and non-teaching staff, management, students and the media in honour and recognition of her (Ms. Rita Alo Awewutagi) and two other students of the ABMA Education Programme, Ms. Annabel Y. Yakubu and one Ms. Iddrisu Zubaida, who also perform creditably well in the ABMA exams.

The Vice Principal of the Tamale Polytechnic and ABMA Contact Person, Mr Sulemana Alhassan on behalf of the Principal and entire management and students of the Polytechnic congratulated Ms. Rita Alo Awewutagi for coming out as an outstanding student in the whole of Ghana and also for bringing the ABMA Education Outstanding Achievement Award (gold medal) to the School.

He encouraged the Award Winner to serve as an Ambassador of ABMA Education and also in HIV/AIDS management in Ghana as part of her contribution to the fight against the spread of HIV/AIDS.

Mr Sulemana Alhassan said that about 48 students of the Tamale Polytechnic are offering the ABMA Education programme and of the number, he was confident that their jobs are already secured due to the international recognition the programme has gained. 

Ms. Rita Alo Awewutagi Being Decorated With The Award
The ABMA Education Coordinator at the Tamale Polytechnic, Abukari Abdul-Aziz Danaa also expressed his appreciation to Ms. Rita Alo Awewutagi for making the lecturers and the polytechnic proud. He said that the ABMA programme which is recognized worldwide is developing students into professionals, managers and administrators to feed the various businesses. 

The ABMA Education 2015 Outstanding Achievement Award Winner, Ms. Rita Alo Awewutagi thanked God Almighty, officials of ABMA Education and the lecturers of the Tamale Polytechnic for the knowledge, support, encouragement and guidance given to her throughout her studies.

She said that she opted for HIV/AIDS management programme because she had always planned to support people living with HIV/AIDS and educate the society on how to properly relate with victims of the disease.
According to her, the Award from ABMA had further encouraged her to more and promised to go all out to achieve her dream of supporting people with HIV/AIDS especially those who are facing discrimination, stigmatization and no support from their communities.

Her Citation written and signed by the Senior Executive of ABMA Education UK, Alan Hodson was read to her by the Senior Assistant Registrar of Tamale Polytechnic, Alhaji Mohammed Aziz. “It is my great pleasure to inform you that you have been selected to receive our prestigious ABMA Education Outstanding Achievement Award for your performance in the June 2015 examination series. I am delighted to inform you that you achieved the highest result in HIV/AIDS Management in Ghana and we would like to congratulate you on this outstanding achievement. You are to receive a medal and certificate that bears your name and your achievement. This Award will be a valuable asset when applying for employment. We would like to offer you the opportunity to feature your success in ABMA education promotional material that is visible to hundreds of colleges and thousands of students worldwide who will be very interested to read about your achievements during your ABMA education studies”.

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