Kwaebibrem District Assembly donates to 11 schools
As part of efforts to improve and make Information Communication Technology (ICT) one of the most cherished subjects among students, the Kwaebibrem District Assembly has presented 264 laptops to 22 schools in the district.
The schools were made up of 11 primary and 11 Junior High Schools.
The beneficiary schools are Takyiman Presby Primary and JHS, Kwae James Town Presby, Okumaning Methodist Primary and JHS, Kade Presby Primary and JHS, Subi Presby Primary and JHS, Kade Roman Catholic Primary and JHS, Akwatia Presby Primary and JHS, Akwatia Roman Catholic Primary and JHS, Kusi Methodist Primary and JHS, Tweapease Presby Primary and JHS, Takrowase Presby Primary and JHS.
The District Chief Executive (DCE) of the area, Emmanuel Aboagye Osae, promised the Assembly’s commitment to making ICT the most interesting subject among school children in the district.
According to him, apart from the provision of logistics and other related materials to enhance education in the area, it would be meaningless, if the infrastructure were not improved upon.
He said despite the already infrastructure drive the Assembly had embarked upon, there would not be any school left without infrastructure in the coming days.
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