Services-JSS old student builds ICT Lab for school


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By
Patrick Obeng, GNA

Accra, Oct. 22, GNA – Mrs Rebecca Akufo Addo,
the First Lady, has called on students to attend to their studies with
seriousness so that they would achieve their future aspirations and contribute
to national development.

She said for students to achieve academic
success, there is the need for them to desist from all forms of negative
tendencies and focus on their education.

By
Patrick Obeng, GNA

Accra, Oct. 22, GNA – Mrs Rebecca Akufo Addo,
the First Lady, has called on students to attend to their studies with
seriousness so that they would achieve their future aspirations and contribute
to national development.

She said for students to achieve academic
success, there is the need for them to desist from all forms of negative
tendencies and focus on their education.

Mr Akufo Addo was speaking in an address read
for her at the commissioning of projects undertaken by Noble John Watson
Otumfuo, a former student of the Burma Camp Services Primary and Junior High
School, at Burma Camp.

The GH¢400,000.00 project included an ICT
laboratory, basketball and volleyball courts and children’s playground.

Mrs Akufo Addo commended Noble Otumfuo for
single-handedly providing the school with such an edifice.

She urged other past students to emulate the
shining example of Noble Otumfuo by contributing generously to their alma
mater.

Mrs Ernestina Nyarko, Headmistress of the
school, said despite the success story of the school it still faced with
numerous challenges that required urgent attention.

She commended Noble Otumfuo, teaching and
non-teaching staff for their selfless sacrifices in moulding the students into
responsible and future leaders.

Noble Otumfuo, a member of the 1978 Year
Group, said he undertook the project as a way of giving back to society.

He said he has supported many institutions
including the Ghana Armed Forces and that he would continue to assist the
school which had made him what he is today.

GNA     


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