Time has demonstrated without number your enormous contribution to our well-organized society. But if I have my own way, on an occasion such as this, you must be celebrated even more than the pharaohs of Egypt because when the alphabets were foreigners to us you were with us. You were with us when our hands were shaking, you were with us to calm us when we cry to cover our mess.
You taught us team work and today we are living the dreamwork. As ugly as caterpillars you made us beautiful as butterflies.” We claim to have the monopoly of wisdom but we were taught by you.
You would have been CPU if you were computers. You would have been the heart if you were the circulatory system.
Our world is not fair so it proved Darwin right when he said “this jungle that we call the world is survival of the fittest and the perishing ofthe least fightable” You translated us from one point to another with transition vectors and today the planet has enterprise, execution and excellence as her core values.
You taught us to predicate and take precedence at the expense of competence and we preceded in experience and posterity will remember you.
OWUSU AGYEMANG FEDELIX