Presbyterian Boys' Secondary School
|Presbyterian Boys' Secondary School|
|Presbyterian Boys' Secondary School logo
In Lumine Tuo Videbimus Lumen
|Type||Public High School|
|Head of school||Africanus Anane|
|Grades||Senior Secondary Years 1 - 3|
|Number of students||2,200|
|Affiliation||Presbyterian Church of Ghana|
|Information||+233 21 500945|
|Address||P. O. Box LG 98
|School Anthem||Happy are we|
Presbyterian Boys' Secondary School (popularly referred to as PRESEC) is a prestigious all-male academic institution founded in 1938. It was originally located at Odumase - Krobo in the Eastern Region of Ghana. It was started as a secondary school for boys by the Presbyterian Church of Ghana. PRESEC has ties with its sister school, Aburi Girls' Senior High School.
The school's crest has a shield with the Presbyterian Symbol (the St Andrew Cross-Scottish flag with the Swiss Flag embedded and a burning torch in the middle) with the motto of the school, "In Lumine Tuo Videbimus Lumen" (meaning "In Thy Light We Shall See Light"), scrolled beneath.
The school's anthem is "Happy Are We", written by J. L. Anang 
- 1 Odumase campus (1938 - 1968)
- 2 Legon campus (1968 to Date)
- 3 PRESEC history (1938 to Date)
- 4 Achievements
- 5 Sample West African Exams Council Excellence Awards "O" & "A" Levels
- 6 Sample West African Exams Council Excellence Awards, SSSCE & WASSCE
- 7 Headmasters
- 8 Notable alumni
- 9 See also
- 10 References
- 11 External links
Odumase campus (1938 - 1968)
The school was started in Odumase after a Ghanaian educationist with the Presbyterian Church of Ghana, E. A. W. Engmann lobbied for a boys' school to be started by the church. This finally came to fruition in 1938 with the first group of 16 boys and 4 teachers. Rev. Engmann was the first headmaster. The Odumase campus initially housed German missionaries, then a primary school and then a Government Survey School before becoming the Presbyterian Boys' Secondary School. One of the proud traditions of the school is the ɔdadeɛ (baobab tree) located on the campus. An alumnus of the school is referred to as Ɔdadeɛ. The baobab tree is a Ghanaian symbol of knowledge, resourcefulness and strength. New students were traditionally initiated at the feet of this tree clad in bedsheets and powdered faces. PRESEC quickly gained a high reputation for the quality of its students both academically and in sports. PRESEC was located here till 1968 when it was moved to its new permanent location at Legon, Mile 9.
Legon campus (1968 to Date)
In September 1968, the new campus at Legon just north east of the University of Ghana campus at 'Mile 9, received its first set of students. At the new campus it continued as a boys' boarding secondary school until the mid 1970s when the sixth form was upgraded to the National Science College. Female students were admitted into the sixth form in small numbers to begin with from September 1975. They continued to be part of the student body till June 1996 when the last batch left.
The Legon campus started with four student boarding houses. Three were named after notable Presbyterians. These are Kwansa House, Clerk House and Engmann House The fourth was named Akro House after the people of Krobo at Odumase. The next two houses to be built were Riis House and Labone House. With the completion of the National Science College buildings, more houses were added such Ako Adjei House and Owusu-Parry House (Named for the First Senior Prefect). Currently[when?] a new house is being built which is the ninth house in the School
PRESEC history (1938 to Date)
PRESEC is the leading secondary school in Ghana. It regularly had one of the best GCE O - level and A - level results prior to the change of the national examination system to BECE and SSSCE. The graduates of its institutions regularly gain admission to the most competitive courses in the various universities.
- In 1995, PRESEC, won the 2nd edition of the National Science and Math Quiz competition. PRESEC, Southern Sector Champions, defeated Opoku Ware School, Northern Sector Champion in the Final of Finals.
- In 1999, PRESEC scooped four out of the seven WAEC (West African Examinations Council) awards for the very best individual performances in the final examinations for over 500 Secondary Schools. This was an unprecedented feat that has still not been equaled to this date.
- In 2003, PRESEC repeated the feat of 1995 by defeating Opoku Ware School in the National Science and Math Quiz competition. The gentlemen who represented the school were Michael Gbipki, Reza Abdullah and Elorm Sekyi. Michael Gbikpi went on to chalk the overall best performance in the WAEC (West African Examinations Council) SSSCE examinations that year.
- On 1 July 2006,PRESEC won the prestigious National Science and Maths Quiz for an unprecedented third time. The school was given the competition trophy for keeps. The lads that made history for PRESEC and the competition were Timothy Kotin, Roland Ribeiro and Kofi Seffah. PRESEC defeated St. Peters' Secondary School, then defending champions, in the final.
- On 16 June 2008,NIIT Ghana successfully organised the Inter-school ICT Quiz contest at The Great Hall, Kumasi which showcased the best talent from five Regions of Ghana. A total of 78 schools participated from these regions in various regional qualifying rounds to make it to the mega-finals. One winner from every region, contested for the National Title of NIIT ICT Expert 2008 in Kumasi. And as expected, PRESEC, emerged the ultimate champions- NIIT ICT Expert 2008 Winners beating the regional champions: St. James Seminary SHS, Sunyani (Brong-Ahafo), Opoku Ware School, Kumasi (Ashanti Region), St. Augustine’s College, Cape Coast (Central Region) and Baidoo Bonsoe SHS, Takoradi (Western Region). The boys, who outdistanced the 2nd Prize winners Opoku Ware School by an astonishing 1020 points, were the first year students John Kotey Kotei and Peter O'Hara Adu.
- On 8 July 2008, PRESEC again won the National Science and Math Quiz for an unprecedented 4th time. The lads that made history for PRESEC were William Dove, Daniel Yeboah-Kordieh, Roland Krieger and George Blankson cementing the school's status as the best secondary school in Ghana by once again defeating Opoku Ware School in the final.This made it the 3rd time PRESEC has defeated OPOKU WARE in GRAND FINAL, although they also has a very superior all time record against their rivals PREMPEH COLLEGE as far as SCIENCE QUIZ is concerned,not forgetting the recent famous humiliating defeat they handed to PREMPEH in a 96-46 SCORE.On 24 June 2009, not only did PRESEC win the prestigious quiz competition for an unprecedented fifth time, but also, they became the first school ever to successfully defend their title as National Champions. PRESEC defeated Achimota Senior High School in the final. The gentlemen who made history for PRESEC were Jeffrey Asala, Frank Adu-Poku and Prosper Dzidzienyo.
- In 2010, two PRESEC students, Joseph Asare and Samuel Amoako-Frimpong, represented Ghana and won a bronze medal in the International Junior Science Olympiad, out of 35 countries across the world.
- In 2010, two PRESEC students were honoured at the WASSCE 2009 Excellence Awards Ceremony. They were Frank Adu-Poku who was adjudged the Best Candidate in the General Science Program, the National Best Candidate and then the Overall Best Candidate in West Africa; James Nti Omane was also adjudged the Overall Best in the Business Program.
- On 13 May 2011, PRESEC won the VRA 50th Anniversary Inter-Schools Debate Competition beating Mfantsipim School in the finals of the competition.
- September 2011, PRESEC won the Sprite Ball Inter-Schools Basketball Championship, defeating defending champions, Achimota School 10-8 in the finals.
- On 2 September 2011, PRESEC won the maiden edition of the Coke Hit Single. The competition featured musical talents from 32 senior high schools who vied for the ultimate title of "Coke Hit Single" - Best high school musical talents in Ghana.
- In March 2013, during the WASSCE 2012 Excellence Awards, Michael Siaw Larbi did the school proud once again by being adjudged the Overall Best Candidate in the General Arts Program in the West African Examinations Council's examinations (West African Examinations Council) conducted throughout the West African sub-region; in a year where the Council recorded its highest number 'ever' of candidates meeting its minimum eligibility criterion for the excellence awards, that is 8 grade A1s - (an unprecedented 530 candidates out of the total 174,385 candidates who sat for the May/June WASSCE in 2012).
Sample West African Exams Council Excellence Awards "O" & "A" Levels
- 1988 - A Level - Fred Attakumah - 1st place in Ghana
- 1989 O Level - Kofi Senyo Honu - 1st place in Ghana
- 1990 - A Level - Lawrence Adu-Boateng - 1st (Ghana), Jonathan A. Laryea - 2nd (Ghana), Matthew K. Kyei - 3rd (Ghana)
- 1991 A Level - Philip K. Gbor - 1st (Ghana), Benedictus K. Attisogbui - 2nd (Ghana)
- 1992 A Level - Charles Ofosu - 1st (Ghana), Kofi Effah - 2nd (Ghana)
- 1993 A Level - Nortei Dowuona - 3rd (Ghana)
- 1994 A Level - Abdul Bassit - 3rd (Ghana)
- 1995 A Level - Raphael Afaedor - 3rd (Ghana)
- 1996 A Level - Samuel S. Mortoti - 1st (Ghana)
Sample West African Exams Council Excellence Awards, SSSCE & WASSCE
- 1993 SSSCE - Henry E. Amuasi - Best in Science Programme
- 1994 SSSCE - Divine Tetteh - Best in General Arts Programme
- 1996 SSSCE - David Amable - Best Overall, Best in Science Programme
- 2001 SSSCE - Emmanuel D.Padi-Best In Business Programme
- 2003 SSSCE - Michael B. Gbikpi - Best Overall, Best in Science Programme
- 2009 WASSCE - Frank Adu Poku - Best Overall, Best in Science Programme, -- James Nti Omane - Best in Business Programme
- 2012 WASSCE - Michael Siaw Larbi - Best in General Arts Programme
|Headmasters||Tenure in office|
|Rev. E. A. W. Engmann||1938-1943|
|Rev. E. J. Klufio - (Acting Headmaster)||1943-1948|
|C.J. Amaning (Acting Headmaster)||1948-1949|
|Rev. E. A. W. Engmann||1949-1951|
|Rev. E. J. Klufio||1951-1960|
|N.O Anim (Acting Headmaster)||Sept 1960-Jan 1961|
|E.K. Datsa (Acting Headmaster)||Jan 1961-July 1960|
|S.M Akita (Acting Headmaster)||Aug 1961-Sept 1961|
|Rev. E. J. Klufio||1961-1966|
|E.K. Ceasar (Acting Headmaster)||Jan 1966-Augt 1966|
|E. K. Datsa||1966-1973|
|E.A. Apeadu (Acting Headmaster)||Sept 1973-Aug 1974|
|Odadee Rev E.S. Mate-Kodjo (Class of 1948)||1974-1980|
|E. Y. Attua-Afari||1980-1982|
|Rose Ankrah (Acting Headmistress)||1989-1990|
|A. A. Akuoku||1990-1996|
|J.J. Asare (Acting Headmaster)||1996-1997|
|Africanus Kwame Anane||2006–Present|
||This article's list of alumni may not follow Wikipedia's verifiability or notability policies. (November 2013)|
Politics, Government and Public Policy
- Lt. Gen. F. W. K. Akuffo - Head of State of Ghana (5 July 1978 - 4 June 1979)
- Dr. Kwesi Botchwey - Ghana's longest serving Minister of Finance (1982–1995) and Chairman - Ghana National Gas Development Task Force
- Prof. Aaron Mike Oquaye - Former Minister of Communication (2005 to 2009).
- Bright Simons - IMANI Ghana and 2012 World Economic Forum (WEF) Young Global Leader (YGL)
- Alex Tettey-Enyo - Former Minister of Education
- Alex Abankwa - Former Ghana Ambassador to Canada
- Hon. Samuel Okudzeto Ablakwa - MP - Member of Parliament - North Tongu and Deputy Minister of Education (2013 - )
- Hon. Joseph Boakye-Danquah Adu - MP - Member of Parliament - Abuakwa North
- Kwasi Afriyie-Badu - CEO, KAB Governance Consult - Ghana's foremost Governance NGO
- Hon. Emmanuel K. Agyarko - MP - Member of Parliament - Ayawaso West Wuogon
- Hon. Kofi Okyere Agyekum (Alafa) - MP - Member of Parliament - Fanteakwa South
- Edward Akita - Former Deputy Minister of Defence
- Hon. Dr. Mark Assibey-Yeboah - MP - Member of Parliament - New Juaben South
- Hon. Daniel Titus Glover - MP - Member of Parliament - Tema East
- Dr. Arthur Kobina Kennedy - 2008 New Patriotic Party (NPP) Presidential Aspirant.
- Joseph Ahwa Laryea - Former Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs and Former Ghana Ambassador to the EU
- Divine Nkrumah - PPP National Youth Organiser
- Hon. Frederick Opare-Ansah - MP - Member of Parliament - Suhum
- Kofi Portuphy- National Coordinator - National Disaster Management Organization (NADMO)
- Hon. Dr. Kwabena Twum-Nuamah - MP Member of Parliament - Berekum East
- Hon. Kobla Woyome - MP - Member of Parliament - South Tongu
- Prof. Kwabena Boahen - Professor of Bioengineering and Neuromorphic Engineering, Stanford University.
- Prof. Ernest Aryeetey - Vice Chancellor of University of Ghana - Legon (2010 - ).
- Prof. E. Bamfo-Kwakye - Former Vice Chancellor of Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST) 1974 - 1983.
- Prof. Ben A. Gyan - Senior Research fellow at Noguchi Memorial Institute for Medical Research
- Timothy Kotin - 2012 Cambridge University Gates Scholar., Co-Founder - E-Coach Solutions, IBM Research - Africa
- King Lemuel Mills - 2007 Cambridge University Gates Scholar.
- Ato Ulzen-Appiah - Museke CEO, GhanaThink Foundation.
- Prof. Daniel Mireku-Gyimah - Former Vice Chancellor of the University of Mines and Technology (UMaT)
- Prof. Daniel Obeng-Ofori - Pro Vice-Chancellor - University of Energy and Natural Resources (UENR) in Sunyani
- Rev. Dr. Bernhardt Yemo Quarshie - Rector of the Akrofi-Christaller Memorial Institute, Akropong-Akwapim
- Dr. N. T. Clerk - Former Rector - GIMPA
- Prof. Daniel Simons - Professor of Economics, Vancouver Island University, Canada
- Prof. Kwadwo A. Koram - Director, Nugouchi Memorial Institute for Medical Research.
- Prof. E. Y. Danquah - Director of West Africa Centre for Crop Improvement (WACCI), University of Ghana, Legon.
- Prof. K. Ofori - Head of Department for Crop Science, University of Ghana
- Prof. J. N. Ayertey - Professor at the Crop Science department of the University of Ghana's College of Agric and Consumer Science.
- Prof. Seth K. Danso - Professor - Soil Science Department - University of Ghana and Fellow of Ghana Academy of Arts and Science
- Dr. Emmanuel Kwei Quaye - Professor of Civil Engineering, University of Saskatchewan, Canada
- Prof. Kwaku Larbi Korang - Professor of Comparative Studies, Ohio State University, USA
- Dr. Daniel T. A. Okae-Anti - Senior Lecturer,Department of Soil Science, University of Cape Coast
- Dr. Kofi Owusu-Daaku - Dean of Students, Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST).
- Reverend Professor Ben Abotsi Ntreh - Dean of Student Affairs of the University of Cape Coast (UCC)
- Dr. Eric Adeeku - Research Fellow at Vanderbilt University
- Prof. J. S. Djangmah - Former Chairman of West Africa Examinations Council (WAEC).
- Prof. N. O. Anim - Former Director-General of Ghana Education Service
- Dr. Owuraku Sakyi-Dawson - Senior Lecturer - Innovation studies and Microfinance at University of Ghana, Legon
- Prof. Kwabena Akurang-Parry - Professor of History, Shippensburg University, PA USA.
- Dr. Richard A. Baah - Novelist and inventor of the Fuel Filter-Dryer, for which he holds a United States Patent
- Dr. Joseph A. Adjetey - Assistant Head of the School of Agricultural Sciences and Agribusiness, University of KwaZulu-Natal
- Dr. Raphael Deladem Folitse - Dean KNUST School of Veterinary Medicine
- Dr. Freddie Asinor, Dean, College of Education, Health & Public Policy, Delaware State University, Dover, DE, USA.
- Dr. Bill Buenar Puplampu - Head of Department at the Department of Organization and Human Resource Management, University of Ghana Business School
- Rev. Prof. D.N.A. Kpobi - Senior Lecturer at the Trinity Theological Seminary
- Dr. T. A. Osae - First African Headmaster, Prempeh College
- Beatrice T. Adom - Headmistress, Achimota School
- Augustine Abbey (Idikoko) - (Idikoko) - Owner of Great Idikoko Ventures and President of Film Producers Association of Ghana.
- Kwaku Sintim-Misa - Ghanaian actor, political satirist and host of 'Thank God it's Friday'.
- Ben Osafo aka Alonzo, Benjamin Funkman- Chicago-based music producer 
- Kwasi Kyei Darkwah - Ghana's foremost Master of Ceremonies.
- George A. Baffour aka SoulKnight-Jazz - Actor (Adams Apple), Writer and Musician.
- Samuel Kwame Bampoe - aka Sammy B - Ghana's Representative - Big Brother Africa.
- Hammer of The Last 2 - Sound Engineer & Beat Master.
- William Nanka-Bruce - aka DJ Blow - (Organizer of the Mirror Ball at Golden Tulip) - Ghana's foremost Disc Jockey
- Chris Fiifi Matey Johnson (AGOMO YESU) - Events Executive - CharterHouse Productions
- Paul Nuamah Donkor (Jayso) - CEO Skillions Records/Haatsville Records/Ebuzu Media Services
- Albert Ayeh Hanson (Ball J) - Rapper, Beat Maker and Musician
- Denzel Agyeman-Prempeh - HeartBeatMusic C.E.O and musician
- Arthur Musah - MIT trained Engineer and Film Maker (One Day I Too Go Fly)
- John A. Abato - Author, Illustrator and CEO of Tach of Klass Media, Ghana.
- Ezekiel Ansah - American football Defensive End for the Detroit Lions of the National Football League (NFL)
- Dr. Andrew Owusu - International Triple Jump Champion
- Fred Pappoe - Former Vice President of the Ghana Football Association.
Corporate, Business and Finance
- Raphael Kofi Afaedor - Co-founder of Jumia.com. Nigeria's largest online retailer.
- Dr. Ashifi Gogo- CEO Sproxil - A cell phone-based drug authentication service
- Edward Amartey-Tagoe - Co-Founder of Nandimobile - A Technology company and Winner of "Best Business"'awards
- Dr. J. H. Frimpong-Ansah - Former Governor of the Bank of Ghana.
- James Boateng - Managing Director of Cadbury/Kraft Ghana Limited with oversight responsibility in 21 African countries
- Dr. Nii Kwaku Sowah - Fellow at Centre for Policy Analysis (CEPA) and Internationally renowned Economist
- Dr. Frank B. Adu, Jr. - Chief Executive, CAL Bank.
- Samuel Sarpong - Deputy Managing Director - Ghana Commercial Bank.
- Yeboah-Amoa - Founding CEO of The Ghana Stock Exchange.
- Kwadwo Awua-Peasah - Chief Finance Officer, Ministry of Finance and Economic Planning
- Dr. Samuel Onwona - Country Manager - African Development Bank - Sierra Leone
- Tara Squire - Ghana Country Manager, Rlg Communications
- Gbeasor Alain - CEO of GS Specialty Chemicals and Chairman, AYE (Association of Young Entrepreneurs)
- Emmanuel Obeng Asiedu - Partner, KPMG Ghana
- Moses O. Boateng - Former Managing Director of Ghana National Petroleum Company (GNPC)
- Captain David Kojo Amegashie - Pilot - Ethiopian Airlines
- Keli Gadzekpo - CEO - Databank Financial Services
- Dr. Elikplimi Komla Agbloyor - First PhD graduate in Finance at the University of Ghana Business School - 2012.
- Daniel Appiah (joe boxer)- CEO- Danny Concepts
- Michael Nyinaku - CEO - Biege Capital, winner of 2012 Youth Personality Award—National Youth Achievers Awards
Art, Architecture and Engineering
- Prof. Dr. Henry Nii-Adziri Wellington - Professor of Architecture, Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST).
- Steve Akuffo - Architect & Former President, Ghana Institute of Architects.
- Orlando Baeta - CEO - IMPACT ART - Ghana's Premier Outdoor Advertising company
- Benjamin Kwakye - Harvard Law School graduate, renowned author, lawyer and winner of the 2006 Commonwealth Writers Prize for Best Book (Africa Region)
- Judge Kofi Barnes - Judge at the Ontario Superior Court of Justice, Canada.
- Prof. E. V. O. Dankwa - Renowned Lawyer, Oxford and Yale Law School graduate, former Chair of the African Human Rights Commission and Former Professor - Faculty of Law, University of Ghana, Legon.
- William Kwadwo Asiedu - Lawyer and Former Director General of Ghana Prisons Service.
- Justice F. T. Faakye - Former Appeals Court Judge
- Kwasi Twum - CEO of Multimedia Group Limited (Joy FM etc.).
- Matilda Asante-Asiedu - Former News Editor, Joy FM Radio Station.
- Nii Amah Dagadu - Former Programmes Manager, Citi FM Radio Station.
- Paul Adom Otchere - Good Evening Ghana, Metro TV
- Bernard Avle - Citifm
- B. B. Menson - Radio Gold
- Ken Addy - Joy FM
- Amponsah Debrah Yaw Snr - CEO, EDGE MEDIA Group and Founder, Accra Nightlife Awards, Ghana Hotel Awards
- Francis Amponsah - Managing Director (Origin-i Consults Ltd)
- Charles Koranteng - Founder and CEO of the Africa Gospel Music Awards, Christian radio and TV broadcaster and senior lecturer
- Kwame Farkye - Presenter Live 91.9fm
Science and Medicine
- Dr. Kwabena Poku-Adusei - President of Ghana Medical Association (2011–present).
- Dr. Emmanuel Adom Winful - Former President of Ghana Medical Association (GMA).
- Dr. Kenneth Appah-Sampong - Noted Cardiologist, Orlando, FL USA
- Dr. Clement Edusa - Oncology Radiology Specialist - Korle-Bu Teaching Hospital
- Dr. Opoku Ware Ampomah - Director of Reconstructive Plastic Surgery and Burns Centre, Korle-Bu Teaching Hospital
- Dr. James Appiah-Kusi - Physician Specialist, Koforidua Regional Hospital
- Dr. George Quartey - Founder and CEO of Q-Stat Consulting Ltd.
- Dr. Joseph Etse - Director at Novartis Pharmaceuticals, NJ USA.
- Prof. Fred Ohene Akuffo - Solar Energy Expert and Former Head, Mechanical Engineering Dept. - KNUST.
- Prof. Rudolf Darko - Consultant Surgeon — Korle-Bu Teaching Hospital
- Dr. A. G. Boohene - Former Senior Lecturer Korle-Bu Teaching Hospital
- Dr. Henry Kofi Aduful - Former Senior Lecturer and Consultant Surgeon—Korle-Bu Teaching Hospital
- Dr. Ernest Aniteye - Consultant Anaesthetist at the National Cardiothoracic Center—Korle-Bu Teaching Hospital
- Dr. Louis Nkrumah - Neurosurgeon, Emory University USA
- Prof. Lade Wosornu - Renowned Surgeon and Bronsted Gold Medalist, Glasgow University
- Dr. Martin Agyeman Odei - Former Deputy Director-General - CSIR
- Dr. Kingsley Asiedu Bampoe - World Health Organization - Geneva, Switzerland
- Dr. Nicholas T. Clerk - Consultant OB-GYN - UK
- Oseeadeeyo Nana Addo Dankwa III - Okuapehene, Omanhene of the Akwapim Traditional Area.
- Nene Sakite II - Konor of Manya Krobo.
- Nii Tettey Kpobi Tsuru II - Chief of Labadi - La Mantse
- Rev. Dr. Ebenezer Markwei - Pastor, Living Stream Ministry International.
- Rev. Eastwood Anaba - Pharmacist, Pastor, Fountain Gate Chapel International.
- Rev. Prof. Noah K. Dzobo - Former Moderator of the Evangelical Presbyterian Church
- Dr. Victor Kofi Agawu - Professor of Music, Princeton University.
- Elom Adablah-Rapper, Beat Maker and Musician
- Hammer of The Last Two - Producer and Sound Engineer
- Paul Nuamah Donkor - (Jayso) Rapper, singer and producer
- Denzel Agyeman-Prempeh - Founder the HeartBeatGroup - Music Production, Project and Event Management.
- Prof. Robert M. Kwami - Professor of Music, University of Pretoria, South Africa.
- Dr. Christian T. Tagoe - Professor of Music, Lincoln University, PA, USA.
- "Welcome to Presbyterian Boys' Secondary School Website". Archived from the original on 2007-03-15. Retrieved 2007-03-20.
- "Happy Are We"[dead link]
- E. A. W. Engmann[dead link]
- "Research Fellows /Senior Members". noguchimedres.org. Retrieved 1 November 2013.
- - Timothy Kotin
- - King Lemuel Mills
- "Ato Ulzen-Appiah". ghanathink.org. Retrieved 24 September 2013.
- - Ben Alozo Osafo
- - Dr. Andrew Owusu
- - Raphael Kofi Afaedor
- "Nandimobile Limited named "Best Business" at LAUNCH Conference". Ghana News Agency. Retrieved 13 August 2013.
- - Dr. J. H. Frimpong-Ansah
- - Dr. Agbloyor
- - Judge Kofi Barnes