Saying Goodbye to our Progression Mentor – Anisah Nsugbe

Last Saturday 18th March 2017, we had to say goodbye to our dear Anisah, who came to us as a Progression Mentor for 3 months. Amongst many things, Anisah was the main organiser of our first ever ASA sports day, the lead for the ASA dance club and a key contributor to the successful launch and student recruitment. Our student, Ophelia Tornyedzi, reflects on Anisah’s time with us:

‘They say one does not just leave without saying goodbye and it was a heartfelt moment for us at ASA last Friday when Anisah Nsugbe said her goodbye to us.

We came together as one big family to put up something little to cheer us up and to show our appreciation to Anisah for being a mentor, a friend and a sister. We enjoyed every bit of the time we spent with her; the sports sessions and not forgetting her dance lessons. We just couldn’t turn a blind eye to her hard work, her enthusiasm and dedication.

It’s good to know she’s back to her dance classes, but of course we will miss her. The memories shared would stay close to our hearts. We wish her all the best!!!’

Anisah and the winning team at our first ever ASA sports day