Presenting five plastic dustbins, five white marker boards and 150 pieces of mathematical sets worth GHC6, 000.00 to the school at a brief ceremony, Mr Charles Turkson, leader of the organisation, said his outfit was determined to partner with stakeholders to promote quality education in the area.


“G-Club would continue to work with stakeholders to promote education in this area. We are also grateful to the assembly member for his unflinching support to education in this electoral area,” he said.

Mr Love Alister urged parents and stakeholders to come to the aid of the school, saying, “Teachers cannot do it all alone. They need our support, as parents and partners, for more quality education for our kids. My doors are always open for partnership and sponsorship in the execution of programmes that are needed to raise the standards of education in this area”.

Mr Charles Wormenor, the head teacher, who received the items on behalf of the school, expressed gratitude for the gesture and appealed for more assistance for the school.

Mr Anthony Kwaku Amoah, a public relations officer of the Ghana Education Service, urged teachers and school heads to ensure that the donation is used for the purposes for which they have been given.

Source: GNA


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