MOGPA leader provides ICT Lab, Library, Mechanised borehole for Mfensi D/A JHS

Rev. Isaac Osei Bonsu, Founder and Leader of Movement of Glory Prayer Army (MOGPA), has built and commissioned a 40-computer ICT laboratory with a projector, a well furnished and stocked library, and a mechanised borehole with a washroom for the D/A Junior High School at Mfensi in the Nwabiagya North District of the Ashanti Region.

The projects formed part of the church leader’s social responsibility towards improving teaching and learning in the community, especially ICT.

The mechanised borehole

Pastor James Asiedu Mensah, Associate Pastor, who represented Rev. Osei Bonsu at the commissioning ceremony, explained that the mission of every Christian was to win souls for Christ, and to help the needy in building the society towards improving the standard of living.

According to him, the Founder had recognised the need to help improve the standard of education of the students who were the future leaders of the country, hence, the provision of the facilities.

He entreated all stakeholders in the community to help protect and maintain the facilities to benefit future generations.

He urged other churches or religious bodies, philanthropists, and corporate organisations to emulate Rev. Osei Bonsu in partnering the government to ensure the total development of the country, especially in terms of building infrastructure.

Madam Rebecca Yeboah, District Chief Executive (DCE) for Nwabiagya North, urged the indigenes in the community to emulate Rev. Osei Bonsu to complement government efforts to improve the standard of education.

She expressed her profound gratitude to the Rev. Minister for undertaking several developmental projects within the district, in terms of potable drinking water, and building of educational infrastructure.

The DCE tasked the school management and teachers to cultivate a maintenance culture to keep the facility last to serve the community.

Mr. Frank Duah Boateng, District Director of Education, stated that the facility had come at the right time in this computer and digital world, and would help improve teaching and learning.

He said the ICT Laboratory and the Library would enhance reading and the studies in computering.


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