The chairman of the governing board of the Ghana National Sports Authority (NSA), Mr Kwadwo Baah Agyemang has donated 10 desktop computers and accessories to the Agogo Presbyterian College of Education Basic School ‘C’, to stock their ICT Center.
The donation is part of efforts to improve the quality of teaching and learning in the school and the community at large.
By the kind courtesy of the Ghana Investment Fund for Electronic Communications (GIFEC), the donation is in fulfilment of a pledge made by Mr Baah Agyemang during the school’s 1st Speech and Prize Giving Day held in March, 2019.
It is expected to enhance the teaching and learning of Information Communication Technology (ICT) in the school and also assist management in record keeping and other information management.
Presenting the equipment at a brief ceremony on Friday, Mr. Baah Agyemang reiterated his commitment to making a positive impact on the lives of people in the Asante Akyem North and believes education holds the key to realising this objective.
Mr Baah Agyemang who was also the former Member of Parliament for the area said he would not relent in efforts to provide the needed support to improve educational standards in the constituency as it works to create a sustainable future of shared value with all stakeholders, especially the youth.
While calling on the students to learn hard and make good use of the equipment, he challenged authorities to cultivate the habit maintenance in the school.
Receiving the items on behalf of the school, Mr Ernest Kwadwo Afari, who is the District Director of Education expressed gratitude for the gesture.
Head teacher, Mr Agyapong Antwi, could not hide his excitement as he promised to make good use of the equipment to serve its purpose.
When interviewed, some students who were elated by Mr. Baah Agyemang’s benevolence, showered blessings on the former lawmaker.
The brief ceremony was heavily attended by Nana Adu Gyamfi II, Amantire Asuanahene, Nana Frimpong Manso Adakabre, Adesuahene, both from the Agogo Traditional Council.
Other dignitaries included, Dr Edward Asadu, Chief Executive Officer of Asadu Royal Waste Management Company Limited among others.
Source: Daily Mail GH