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    HON. VINCENT SOWAH ODOTEI DONATES DESKS TO LABONE SHS AND ST. THOMAS ACQUINAS SHS.

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    The Member of Parliament for La Dadekotopon Constituency, Hon. Vincent Sowah Odotei Sowah, popularly known as “Obama” has donated a total of one hundred (100) desks to the Labone Senior High School and the St. Thomas Acquinas Senior High School respectively. This is to help provide a more conducive atmosphere for learning in the school.

    Touching on what necessitated the donation, Hon. Vincent Sowah said that he realized the students needed the help after the government’s implementation of “The Free SHS Policy”. He added that more donations will follow, key amongst them being computers to aid the students in Information and Communication Technology (ICT) education. He urged the students to cultivate the habit of maintaining school assets and also to take the study of ICT seriously.

    Speaking on behalf of the two schools, The Assistant Headmaster for Labone Senior High School, Mr. Gbogobo thanked the Member of Parliament for the donation. He revealed that they needed the desks badly and that now that they have received, they will maintain them so they last longer.

    A student who spoke on behalf of the student body also thanked the Hon. Sowah for the donation. She went on to say that that they the students will maintain the desks for them to last longer.

     

    SOURCE: Latenu Fm Online

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