PICTURES FROM THE PAST
DTChristmas Conference for the Ghana Inter-University Christian Fellowship (GIUCF) of the universities in Ghana, during the Christmas of 1973, at Aggrey Memorial Secondary School in Cape Coast. The main speaker was Dr. Wilson Awasu. Dr. Kisseadoo is on extreme right, 2nd row, squatting. Mr. William Ofori Atta (Paa Willie), one of the architects of Ghana's Independence) is sitting 2nd left. Rev. Dr. Theophilus B. Dankwa, then Travelling Secretary of GIUCF, sits 6th from left.
A "Jesus March" by the Christians during Mission 76 on the campus of Kwame Nkrumah University of Science & Technology (KNUST), Kumasi, Ghana. Front row, L-R: Agyemang, Sam Kisseadoo, Sam Somuah (now Dr. Somuah), Kwesi Newman (now Rev. Newman, husband of the accomplished singer Amy Newman).
Dr. Kisseadoo (2nd right on 2nd row, standing) with his classmates (from 14 nations) at the International Institute. for Hydraulic & Env. Engineering (IHE), Delft, Holland, 1984. Dr. Kisseadoo was a Bible Study Group Leader and a Sunday School Teacher for 9 & 10 year old boys under the English Anglican Church in The Hague (Rev. Canon Alan Lindsey), when he was a graduate student in The Netherlands. 
Dr. Kisseadoo (4th right, sitting), student in Sixth Form 1973, when he was the President of the School Choir of Prempeh College, Kumasi, Ghana. Sitting on Dr. Kisseadoo's right is Mr. T. A. Osae, then Headmaster. Next to the Headmaster is Mr. Boamah, the Prempeh College Music mast
second from left is Rev. Nyarko. Mr Asamoah Manu is sitting 3rd from right.Rev. Nyarko (School Chaplain) sits 2nd from left, and Mr. Asamoah Manu (a teacher) sits 3rd from right
 
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Dr. Kisseadoo in 1972 when he was a Sixth Form Student at Prempeh College, Kumasi, Ghana, surrounded by some of his favorite Form One young boys that he had special interest in, and spent time to mentor and minister to.
 
Dr. Kisseadoo (2nd left, sitting) in 1971, Form Five, when he was the School Prefect and Secretary of the Scripture Union at West Africa Secondary School, Accra, Ghana, surrounded by the Form One young boys in the Scripture Union that he had special interest in, and spent time to mentor and minister to
  Dr. Kisseadoo (middle), Elementary School Form 3, in December 1964, during his Confirmation in the Presbyterian Church in his Hometown, Tutu-Akuapem, Ghana.    
     
 
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