Education

Amakom Chief Donates 250 Mono Desks To Amankwatia M/A JHS

Chief of Amakom- Nana Adu Mensah Asare has donated 250 mono desks to the block A section of Amankwatia M/A JHS  school.

The presentation was done on Tuesday 31 August 2021; a fulfilment of his pledge to support students and teachers of the institution with academic logistics, ultimately aimed at enhancing academic performance and delivery.

Total price value of the items was stated as GHs 25,000.

They were presented personally by the Chief and were received by the School Improvement Support Officer (SISO) Madam Janet Albertina Ankomah at the forecourt of the school.

The Chief in his address at the event said his decision to support the school was called to play after he realized that lack of befitting desks for students was a great challenge for the school.

He recalled that though he was excited when he saw that the 1999 batch of old students had renovated the block, he noticed that there were other challenges that needed to be addressed.

Nana Adu Mensah underlined that the face-lifting of education is not limited to improvement of teacher’s performance but the availability of logistics such as books, conducive environment for studies among others.

He noted that he has done similar donations in a number of schools within his jurisdiction all aimed at enhancing education.

The Chief however advised the students to make good use of the desks by exercise a maintenance culture.

SISO for the school Madam Janet Albertina thanked the him for the support and for honoring his pledge.

President for Amakwatia Old Students Association (AOSA) Atta Aidoo also thanked the Chief for donating such items to support the school.

 

He disclosed to the media that the attention of the Chief was drawn to address the challenge in question at the time the 1999 batch of old students through the support of Jackson Education Complex completed renovation works on the A block.

Source; www.leakynews.net

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