Sarbah Hall goes Corporate as Okpo Mates storm Legon Campus in style

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Members of the Mensah Sarbah Hall and the Okpo fraternity at the University of Ghana, Legon, yesterday stormed the campus in style and colour with white and black official outfits after a career talk organized by the Junior Common Room (JCR).

The young men and women who were spotted clad in their neatly ironed white shirts and black trousers and skirts respectively  processed through the entire campus.

The move is as part of  activities lined up for the 57th Mensah Sarbah Hall week celebration which started last Sunday, October 15, 2017 and is set to end on Saturday, October 21, 2017 with an artiste night.

Some alumni of the hall have been seen praising the members of the hall for such a wonderful initiative and for raising the bar. According to them, Mensah Sarbah Hall should be a trailblazer for others to follow.

Now that the bar has been raised by Mensah Sarbah Hall, let’s wait for what Commonwealth Hall has for us. See pictures below.

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