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Vodafone Ghana has presented prizes to the winners of senior high schools of the Vodafone Icons High School Edition.

The winning school, Accra Academy Senior High School, was presented with music studio with a complete band set, laptops with audio editing software for music production.

Speaking during the presentation in Accra recently, Agnes Emefa Essah, Marketing Director at Vodafone Ghana, stated that Accra Academy would also be given the opportunity to attend the High School Musical Global Concert that is coming off in Turkey.

The each member of the five-man band will also get a one-year scholarship package from Vodafone.

“Last year, we decided that we will go to the senior high school (SHS) and were we amazed. We found such wonderful talent that I’m still reliving every single moment and this is an area that we are going to continue to push into this coming year as well.

You hear about us saying ‘Power To You’ and when we say power to you we mean we want to encourage you for you develop and find out what your potential is. Icons is one of the routes we have been using,” she said.

The five finalists, including Osei Tutu Senior High School (SHS), Adisadel College, Presec, among others, also received PA systems, shopping vouchers, mobile phones, tablets, Vodafone souvenirs and hampers as consolation prizes.

She commended the Ghana Education Service and the heads at the various schools for their commitment and direction which led to a very successful debut of the Vodafone Icons High School Edition.

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