The Mathematics Students Association of Ghana (MASAG) was formed in the 1999/2000 academic year with Augustine Atakora Amoako as the first President. The association’s constitution was enacted on the 23rd of July 1999.
Whenever you see a successful person you only see the public glories, never the private sacrifices to reach them. ~Vaibhav Shah
Madam Chairperson, teaching assistants, immediate past executives, incumbent executives, students present, all protocols observed, good afternoon. I deem it a great opportunity as the new president of MASAG to address this august house.
First and foremost, I stand on behalf of my executives to say a very big thank you to the Almighty God for this chance to implement our ambitions for the association. Again, nothing short of a very big thank you is the message to the various individuals who in diverse ways helped us achieve this stand. We really appreciate the unwavering support exhibited throughout the election. God bless you.
On the friday (14th Feb., 2014), to mark the National Mathematics day, the executives and some committee members of the Mathematics Students’ Association of Ghana (MASAG-UCC) together with a representative from African Institute of Mathematical Sciences (AIMS-SouthAfrica-Danny Pearson) were converged at the Department of Mathematics and Statistics at 9:00am. At the Department, we divided ourselves among the schools we were supposed to visit. That is, three groups- Kwaprow JHS Group, Amamoma JHS Group and Apewosika JHS Group. Danny went through the presentation slides with the leaders of each group before we departed into the various institutions.