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Pastor Peter Nsiah Bonsu, 2nd right supervising the donation of the books

Rightway Christian Centre (RCC), a charismatic church in Kumasi, has donated 2,000 exercise books to four state-run schools and a privately-owned school in the Suame Constituency to enhance the academic performance of the pupils.

The books, procured at the cost of GH?       2,500, would be distributed to the pupils by the authorities of the beneficiary schools, including Adadiem L/A, Kronom M/A primary, Maakro M/A primary, Breman R/C and Messiah J. H. S.

The donation was made recently during the climax of the church?s 5th anniversary celebration.

Hundreds of excited church members clad in anniversary T-shirts used the festivity, which was under the theme: ?What Shall I Render Unto the Lord? to distribute evangelism tracts to members of the general public during a special street carnival to win souls for God.

The week-long event attracted several prominent clergymen, including Apostle Dr Paul Okoh Hackman, Bishop Kofi Asiedu and Prophet Seth Frimpong.

The General Overseer of the RCC, Pastor Peter Nsiah Bonsu, who presented the books to the heads of the schools, said the church could not have celebrated the anniversary without giving back to society.

He appealed to the beneficiary schools to patiently guide the students in the use of educational materials so as to produce responsible adults in future.

Pastor Nsiah Bonsu implored the authorities of Senior High Schools (SHSs), colleges and religious organisations to charge affordable fees to enable underprivileged students to access higher education.

In his opinion, the plight of students, who are disadvantaged in society, would continue to worsen if schools belonging to churches do not strategically support them in the admission processes.

The RCC General Overseer also appealed to the other churches that are not operating schools or any social intervention programmes to make donations their priority in fulfillment of the commands of the Lord Jesus Christ.

 From James Quansah, Kumasi

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