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A MARK OF GRATITUDE TO ZO-SIMLI NAA, (THE CHIEF OF COMPANIONSHIP).


2008-11-25 21:47:48
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On behalf of all students who have benefited from the Zo-Simli Dagbon scholarship fund, I wish to express my sincere and profound gratitude to her ladyship Dr. Sussan J. Herlin, Zo-Simli Naa(an American) and the team in Tamale who are equally working relentlessly to get the scholarship going.

True to the word, I was full of joy and gratitude when I read the Daily Graphic dated November 11,2008 edition in which a total of twenty three students who have just been admitted into the senior high school had their share of the sponsorship fund for a period of four academic years. This indeed reminded me of our turn in 2003 when we were equally given our share of the fund.


This strive by Zo-Simli Naa is in fact a mark of dedication and personal commitment to the up keep of humanity, salvaging poverty striking population thereby bringing joy and happiness to the students and their respective families. Indeed, chief, your reward is palpable even though the human eye is incapacitated to see it. The good Books have it that any body who feeds a needy or hungry soul would be fed by the merciful hands of GOD. In the light of this , I have the fullest conviction that the good LORD would pay you in your own coin and similar bodies or individuals who are into such soul relieving works.
It is in fact apparent that, Zo-Simli Naa is poised to electrifying the whole of Dagbon with the current of literacy leading to better lives.
However, I think her munificence and effort would have been massive if she got a helping hand from any well meaning Ghanaian, Northerners or Dagombas living every part of this planet, earth. I therefore, wish to cease the opportunity as some one who has benefited from the sponsorship and now in university(KNUST) to humbly appeal to all philanthropists, individuals and of course the sons and daughters of Dagbon to generously contribute towards the sustenance of the Zo-Simli,Dagbon Scholarship Fund. For this is one sure or significant means to salvage brothers and sisters from the tentacles of illiteracy and its accompanied mishaps.
In conclusion, I wish to reiterate an unconditional thanks and gratitude to Zo-Simli Naa and say more grease to her elbows and to our fathers and mothers who are equally playing an integral role in the sustenance of the scholarship I say “TAALI TAALI NBO NBO, NIITUMA PAM”(WELL DONE AND GREAT THANKS). Finally, I wish to urge my colleagues who have benefited from this fund to keep the flame of hard work, commitment and dedications burning and do not loose sight of the scholarship that saw them through their secondary education. We should equally adjust our selves to support the scholarship in the best way as possible irrespective of where we may find our selves.

ABDUL-MUUMIN SUALIHU a.k.a ZAAPAYIM,
Zaachief08@yahoo.com ,
KNUST, DEPARTMENT OF ENGLISH.
NB.
The Editor,
Dagbon Web Site,
Pivate Mail bag,
Dagbon,Ghana
Sir,
REQUEST FOR SPACE
I wish to ask for space in the dagbon web site to Paste the above gratitude message.
I hope the needed attention would be given.
Yours Sincerely,
ABDUL-MUUMIN SUALIHU, KNUST.

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