Mr. Mark SamudeenYeboah, Headteacher of AMI-NAAJIA International School has called for assistance from government, NGOs and individuals in providing modern facilities like computers, materials for teaching and learning.

According to him, the school which started in a mosque on September 11, 2000 with only five children currently has a population of about 150 students from Primary to Junior High School (JHS), but lacks basic facilities.

Mr. Yeboah revealed this in an exclusive interview to The Moment at Medie in the Greater Accra region, that the school is faced with inadequate infrastructure, office equipment, furniture, sports kids, computer laboratory, toilet facility and school bus.

The headteacher stated that the aim of the school was to give quality education and discipline to children from all backgrounds who attend the school, adding ?the mission of the school is to bring circular, Islamic and moral education to students of the community?.

He said ?the school had produced a lot of students who are now in their secondary education level?.

?The school has a spacious library where students can go and read their books and also a computer laboratory studies as part of the educational programme to enable the students be abreast with contemporary times,? he said.

Mr. Yeboah stressed that the school could served the youth in the area, adding that, the aim of the school is to promote academic knowledge to impact on the lives of the people in the community.

He stressed that the establishment of the school in the area is to ginger ambition in achieving excellence and therefore appealed to benevolent societies, stakeholders and Non-Governmental Organization (NGOs) to come to the aid of the school to achieve its aims.


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