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A cluster of six (6) primary schools in the Bantama constituency of the Ashanti region on Saturday March 17, 2018, recieved a personal donation of reading books and computers from Deputy Chief of Staff, Francis Asenso-Boakye. The donation, according to Mr. Asenso, forms part of his contribution to education in the area where he was born and raised.

Deputy Chief of Staff Gives Bantama Schools Books & Computers

Accompanied by the mayor of Kumasi Osei Assibey Antwi and Member of Parliament, (MP) for Bantama, Daniel Aboagye, the deputy chief of staff interacted with pupils and teachers of the beneficiary schools in the Bantama constituency as part of efforts to boost government’s education agenda. “As we are all aware, the President of the republic Nana Akufo-Addo has made education the central plank of his industrialisation and Ghana beyond aid agenda. Education is our most secured investment and best bet out of poverty” Mr. Asenso said.He continued, “We must as a people harness the value and power of education to inform and transform our society. We owe it a duty to inculcate the habit of reading into our children and the youth if we must spawn generational thinkers and leaders”.

Mr. Francis Asenso-Boakye acknowledged the keen support of the Bantama constituents for the NPP government and urged them to continue to support the efforts of government to transform Ghana into a prosperous country for all irrespective of gender, tribe, ethnicity or political affiliation.


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