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Suame Magazine, Kumasi, Ghana

Pioneers of the TCC and GRATIS

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Pioneers of the TCC and GRATIS
Photographed in 2003, at the KNUST ceremony for the award of honourary degrees, left to right in front row: Peter Donkor, the TCC's soap and natural raw materials expert; Esther Sarfo, Secretary to the Director; Edward Opare, first Chief Technician of the Suame ITTU and the father of iron foundries in Suame Magazine; Sosthenes Buatsi, first Manager of the Suame ITTU and first Ghanaian Director of the TCC; John Powell in DSc regalia; Nana Asante-Frempong, Chairman of the TCC Clients Association and a founder member of the GRATIS Project Board; Dan Numo, one time Manager of the Tema ITTU and the proprietor of Denco Foundry in Tema; Mary Bansah, weaving instructor in the TCC textile unit.
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