Tain MP donates ICT equipment to 3 schools

The MP for the Tain Constituency in the Bono Region, Mr Gabriel Osei, in collaboration with the Ghana Investment Fund for Electronic Communications (GIFEC), has presented ICT accessories to three basic schools in his constituency...


The MP for the Tain Constituency in the Bono Region, Mr Gabriel Osei, in collaboration with the Ghana Investment Fund for Electronic Communications (GIFEC), has presented ICT accessories to three basic schools in his constituency.

Each of the basic schools, Nsawkaw R.C JHS, Manji D.A JHS, and Seikwa R.C JHS, received 10 flat screen computers and accessories including headsets, 10 UPS and a satellite dish to provide free internet access.

The Constituency Chairman of the governing New Patriotic Party, Atta Gausu who presented the items on behalf of the lawmaker at Nsawkaw advised the pupils and teachers to make good use of the computers, especially the internet service, to improve upon the falling standard of education in the Tain district.

He expressed the commitment of the MP and President Nana Akufo-Addo government to revamp education in the Tain district through the provision of classrooms and infrastructure.

He said the MP is working with the government through GIFEC to ensure that the remaining 24 basic schools in the district also receive ICT equipment to facilitate teaching and learning.

An aide to the MP, Mr Foster Mensah told Class News' Maxwell Attah that plans are far advanced to furnish the ICT laboratories of second-cycle schools and the Seikwa Nursing Training College – the only tertiary institution in the district with computers, internet service, printers, projectors and scanners to enhance and promote the teaching and learning of Information and Communication Technology (ICT).

He noted that this effort will reduce the digital gap between Tain and urban centres like Accra, Kumasi and Sunyani.

For her part, the Girls’ Senior Prefect of Seikwa RC JHS, Miss Sara Adongo expressed the school’s appreciation to the MP, GIFEC and the government, adding that: “Learning and teaching of ICT will now be more interesting and less stressful because it will not be abstract”.

Source: Ghana/ClassFMonline.com/91.3FM/Maxwell Attah



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