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  • info@gnaas.org
  • University Of Cape Coast, Cape Coast
  • Executives


    National Executive
    Josiah Sarpong

    Josiah Sarpong

    Victor Frimpong

    Victor Frimpong

    Vice Pres. (Programs)
    Kofi Takyi

    Kofi Takyi

    Vice President
    Matilda Thelma Nartey

    Matilda Thelma Nartey

    Jennifer Owusu

    Jennifer Owusu

    Assistant secretary
    Gordon Armah

    Gordon Armah

    Co-ordi. Secretary
    James Obeng Asare

    James Obeng Asare

    Asst. Cord. Secretary
    Prince Opuni Mensah

    Prince Opuni Mensah

    Assistant Treasurer

    Senior Leadership Team

    Positions Name Contacts
    President Josiah Sarpong 0249454739
    Vice President Takyi Kofi 0207674333
    Vice Pres. (Programs) Victor Frimpong 0243919813
    Secretary Matilda Thelma Nartey 0241428106
    Assistant secretary Jennifer Owusu 0542517210
    Assistant secretary-2 Charlotte Oppong 0501367518
    Treasurer Emmanuel Essel 0542863686
    Assistant Treasurer Prince Opuni Mensah 0544622959
    Assistant Treasurer-2 Frank Adu Poku 0506202502
    Co-ordi. Secretary Gordon Armah 0200248789
    Asst. Cord. Secretary James Obeng Asare 0548773573
    Asst. Cord. Secretary-2 Ebenezer Frimpong 0501427720


    GNAAS is an abbreviation of Ghana National Association of Adventist Student.

    Ghana National Association Adventist Student (GNAAS) Started in the year 1980/81

    Seventh-day Adventist young people in public universities in Ghana.

    Yes. GNAAS Is still active.

    Josiah Sarpong who is currently a final year Doctor of Optometry student at UCC is the President. He’s also the director of Lovers of Creation Science (LOCS)

    You can join the GNAAS association if you are a seventh day Adventist Christian.

    Yes GNAAS is on social. below is our social Handles.
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