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JUSAG Donates Musical Instruments to Service’s Choir

The Judicial Service Staff Association of Ghana (JUSAG) has presented musical instruments worth over Ten Thousand Ghana Cedis (GH₵ 10, 000) to the Service’s Choir to support their singing ministry.

His Lordship the Chief Justice, Jusitce Anin Yeboah, who witnessed the short ceremony at the Conference Room, Administrative Block of the Judicial Service in Accra, expressed his heartfelt appreciation to JUSAG on behalf of the Service.

“The Choir entertains the entire Judicial Service so I think it is in order to fund and resource our Choir” he said.

Presenting the items, the President of JUSAG, Mr. Alex Nartey, said that the Association was delighted to be a partner in providing the Choir with the necessary instruments for rehearsals.

It is our way of complementing Management’s effort in creating a congenial environment for all staff, hence the decision to resource the Choir”, he said. Mr. Nartey promised the Association’s continued support for the Choir.

The musical instruments consist of a Yamaha Keyboard with its bag, a combo with its bag and a Stand. The ceremony saw the Patrons of the Choir, including some Justices of the Superior Courts, in attendance.

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