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The Essandoh’s donates projector, printer and mathsets to 2 schools at Moree

Former Central Region Coordinating Director, Mr. Michael Essandoh and Mrs. Comfort Essandoh have donated a printer and a projector to two basic schools in the Abura Asebu Kwamankese District of the Central Region.

In a spirit of giving back and an urge to support his Alma Mater, Mr. & Mrs. Essandoh supported the Moree D/A Basic with the printer and Mpeseduadze D/A Basic Schools with a printer solely aimed at contributing to teaching and learning.

Speaking to DC Kwame Kwakye on Saturday, March 2, 2024 and expatiating on the rational for their kind gesture, he shared that “the Moree M/A Basic is my Alma Mater and contributed to my formative years. I normally feel sad anytime I visited the School and I’ve been feeling obliged to offer some assistance.

“In order not provide what the school might not need, I liaised with the School’s Head teacher before deciding on the support. I’m from this village, born and bred here and I feel I should give back whatever I have to support them.”

“Today were donating a projector to Moree D/A Basic ‘B’, 6 mathematical sets to both schools to be given as an award to best six pupils of their mock exams. A printer, a handshake to the head and teachers for their wonderful performance in the past BECE, A4 sheets of paper to Mpeseduadze D/A Basic School”, he stated.

According to him he has an avowed interest in promoting education and believes these items would contribute to educational promotion, hence his support. “It’s amazing how a village school can produce pupils who can produce good results and it’s just appropriate to support them”, he indicated.

Incidentally, the former Regional Coordinating Director hinted there are times he feels ashamed when visited the school and now that the Head teacher has complained about a place of convenience, “we would think about it and anytime we’re abe to marshall resources to assist, we would come and offer our support”, an elated Essandoh disclosed.

He encouraged the students to learn hard as he is a product of the school, continued to Aggrey Memorial Zion Senior School and became the first Chief Director of the region, and that it is possible for them too to achieve higher heigths if they took their studies seriously.

There is no height in life one cannot attain if that person takes life seriously and his act of philantropism cannot be misplaced since he is a product of the school and also an indigene of Moree.

DC Kwame Kwakye

Fatherhood Advocate, Consultant, Broadcast Journalist, Writer and Counsellor.

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