10 prominent Ghanaian personalities who attended GSTS

Ghana Secondary Technical School has produced some of Ghana’s greats. It is no surprise that their alums are hailed as the Notable Giants.

A Category A Science and Technology oriented high school, GSTS was founded on August 1909 in Takoradi, Western Region. The school has undergone various major changes including a site change. In 1939, the Ghana Secondary Technical School, then called Government Technical School, was moved to its current location in Takoradi.

Be it in academias, health, entertainment, technology and even the military, GSTS has proven time and time again that they are indeed capable of raising nation builders.

Here are 10 prominent Ghanaian personalities who attended GSTS.


1. CAPT JAMES OWUSU-KORANTENG – Fmr. Director-General, Ghana Ports and Harbour Authority.

2. CAPT EBENEZER AFADZI –Director- Ports Takoradi, Ghana Ports and Harbour Authority.



3. DR. ERNEST OFORI-DARKO – Hepatologist And Gastroenterology Specialist, Michigan, USA.



4. DR. THADDEUS P. ULZEN – Head of Department – Psychiatry And Behavioral Medicine, University of Alabama – College Of Community Health Sciences 


5. KENNETH EKOW ANDAM ’93 – Entrepreneur, Author, Former Sprinter, represented Ghana 2000 Summer Olympics in Sydney, Australia, Gold Medalist (4x100m) African Championship (2000)



6. HON. NANA AKOMEAH – Fmr Minister of Information, Fmr Minister of Manpower, Youth and Employment, Director – State Transport Corporation (STC)



7. HON. MR. MIKE HAMMAH – Fmr Minister of State



8. SONNIE AGYEMANG BADU – International Award-winning Gospel Music Icon



9. PROF. SITSOFE ANKU – President, Founder – Ghana Mathematical Association (Late)



10. IBRAHIM HASSAN – Former Ghana National Sprinter, Competed in the 1996 Olympic Games for Ghana.

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