The Association of History Students is embarking on a day trip to the central region of Ghana. It is an educational trip. Places of visitation include the
Cape Coast Castle
Assin Manso Slave route.
The trip is aimed at exposing students to the historical significance of the Cape Coast and Elmina Castles and the slave route at Assin Manso and how they influenced the history of Ghana. Students will learn about the roles of the castles and the slave route during the Trans-Atlantic Slave Trade and British Colonial Rule in Gold Coast. Students will be allowed to collect data during the trip and write report afterwards. The patroness Ms. Gertrude Nkrumah together with the executives of the association have put measures in place to make this trip a memorable one. As a matter of fact refreshments would be given. These include food, drink and voltic water.
Date : Friday 19th October 2018.
Rate : Cool GHC 25
Time of departure :5:00am sharp.
The past has something to say, to teach.