…Provides materials to 4 Schools
Four Basic Schools: Xenui E. P Basic School, Anyanui M. A/E. P Basic School, Tunu R. C Basic and Sakome M.A Basic School, all in the Anlo Constituency of the Keta Municipality in the Volta Region, have benefited from Bright Demordzi’s Community Support Program, (CSP).
He donated over one thousand (1,000) Text Books, ranging from Primary one to Junior High School (JHS).
The books presented included: Creative Arts, Citizenship, Mathematics, Religious and Moral Studies, Integrated Science and Social Studies, worth about Ten Thousand Ghana Cedis (10,000.00).
In a brief address during the presentation ceremony Mr Demordzi who is also the former MP for Bortiano/Nglishe/Amanfrom urged the children to study hard to become nation builders tomorrow.
He encouraged them, to learn more and play little during their free periods in order to pass their internal examinations, so as to progress to the next class, with the possibility of becoming whatever they wish for themselves.
“We also started this way but today we have found our feet, many of us including your teachers who are standing here, training you for the future”.
He seized the opportunity to warn upper primary pupils to desist from any sexual intercourse which may lead to unwanted pregnancy.
Mr. Demordzi, said, “I would like to tell you, especially the JHS 3 students, I don’t want to hear that some Candidates from Anlo schools are pregnant before, writing their BECE” “I don’t want to hear that bad news from our Constituency,” he stated.
Receiving the materials on behalf of the Head Teacher, a Teacher at Xenui E.P Basic School, Prosper Dzatagbo, thanked CSP Team and promised to use the books to teach and train the children for tomorrow.
He however, used the occasion to appeal to the Former MP and past student of the school to help build additional classrooms to cater for student’s population which is growing yearly.
He also appealed for computers for practical teaching, in the area of Information Communication Technology (ICT) at the School.
Source: Francis Edzorna Mensah