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Students of Ofadaa Methodist School lack computers


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Awutu
Senya (C/R), Aug. 12, GNA – Nana Arhin Abbey, the Principal Elder of Awutu
Ofadaa, has appealed to the Government, non-governmental organisations and
corporate bodies to assist the Ofadaa Methodist Government School with
computers.

He
said the community had a computer laboratory in place, but the school, with 500
children, lacked computers to study Information and Communication Technology
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Awutu
Senya (C/R), Aug. 12, GNA – Nana Arhin Abbey, the Principal Elder of Awutu
Ofadaa, has appealed to the Government, non-governmental organisations and
corporate bodies to assist the Ofadaa Methodist Government School with
computers.

He
said the community had a computer laboratory in place, but the school, with 500
children, lacked computers to study Information and Communication Technology
(ICT), which makes the students perform poorly in their Basic Education
Certificate Examination.

Nana
Abbey made the appeal at the Sixth Anniversary and Graduation Ceremony of the
Redemption School Complex at Awutu Ofadaa in the Awutu Senya West District of
the Central Region.

He
said all efforts made for the school to get a single computer had proved futile
and, therefore, pleaded with government and well meaning Ghanaians to assist
the school.

Mr
John Afrane Mensah, the Assembly member of Ofadaa Electoral Area, said the
provision of computers for the laboratory had been their major concern as it
was affecting teaching and learning.

He
called on the Ministry of Education and the Ghana Education Service to take
their pleas seriously.

GNA


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