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AME: Today, July 19, 2021, the African Methodist Episcopal University (AMEU) Family celebrated the retirement and honoring of four of its distinguished employees for their long and excellent service. The ceremony was accompanied by horning and certification of those outstanding and long served employees whose dedication to excellent service have served as a model that other employees would imitate.

  Those honorably retired today were:

1)   Isaiah T. Nmaten, a Security Guard

2)   James Dolo, a Custodian,

3)   Nathaniel Momo, an Administrative Assistant, in the college Liberal Arts, and

4)   Samuel Karn, Director of Security service.

The President of the University, Rev. Dr. Alvin E. Attah, expressed gratitude to the retirees for their outstanding commitment and years of contributing to the growth of the University, and he further averred that the institution remains indebted to those distinguished individuals (retirees) and wish them well in their future endeavors. In a closing statement, the President Rev. Dr. Attah said, “this ceremony is in accordance with the Labor Laws of the Republic; hence, all employees merit it through their commitment and excellent service.  

In separate remarks, the retirees thanked the AME University family for respecting the Labor Laws by retiring them honorable with dignity. They urged the University to continue in its tracks of respect for labor as it is what the institution prides on.