Dagbon Regent Donates To Seminary

The Regent of Dagbon, Kampakuya-Naa   making a donation at St. Charles Seminary School in Tamale

The Regent of Dagbon, Kampakuya-Naa Abdulai Yakubu Andani has made a donation to St. Charles Seminary High School after the fire disaster.

Some of the donated items include 118 pieces of toilet soaps, 80 bars of laundry soaps, 1,000 note1 exercise books, 408 mathematical sets, 120 yards of khaki material and 200 yards of white fabric.

The Kampakuya-Naa sympathized with the final year students and the entire school as a whole and encouraged them not to lose hope.

The Regent who is an old student of the school assured the school authorities that their year group is planning to support the school.

According to him, he will liaise with government and other institutions to make sure that the burnt dormitory is renovated for the students to return to their dormitory and continue with their studies.

He urged parents and the Catholic Church to support the school to get back to its feet to enable the students have a smooth academic year.

The paramount chief of Tamale Gulkpe-Naa Abdulai Alhassan who led the delegation to the school said the regent was sad about the incident especially as the final year students would be starting their exams the next day.

According to him, the regent was happy that in spite of the incident, discipline was maintained at the school and encouraged the school management to continue to uphold discipline among the students.

He tasked the final year students to excel in their exams and make sure the school gets the best grades and make Northern Region proud.

The Headmaster of the school, Polycarp Kuusokub Beyelle who received the items thanked the regent for his assistance.

He stated that the presence of the regent was a motivation for the students to work extra hard, especially the final year students who are currently writing their exams.

Mr. Polycarp Kuusokub Beyelle assured the regent that the donated items would be used for the purpose for which they were given.

FROM Eric Kombat, Tamale