The alumni of the National Health Students Association of Ghana (NAHSAG) have met the new crop of executives of the assocaition.
The new executives took office after the recently ended annual congress of the association, where they were elected.
In a meeting with the new leaders, the members of the alumni association seized the opportunity to extend their congratulatory messages and well wishes.
Speaking on behalf of the group, a former NAHSAG President, Dr Frank Amoakohene, charged the leaders to be resolute and firm to foster unity and rebrand the Union.
In his submissions, he reiterated the need for the union to resolve the perennial conflicts that affect the health fraternity.
“There shouldn’t be any difficulty whatsoever for us all to work as professionals later after school if we are able work together and corporate whiles schooling”, he added.
In attendance were Franklin Nyanzu, Phanuel Seli and Dr Frank Amoakohene, all other former presidents of the Union.
On their part, the newly elected leaders thanked the alumni for their support and advice and urged to be available and accessible to them at all times.
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