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Education News | KNUST SHS old students donate computers to alma mater

Mon, 13 Feb, 2017

Students of KNUST Senior High School in Kumasi have received a boost to Information and Communication Technology (ICT) education as their predecessors augment stock in the school’s computer laboratory.

The 1991 Year Group has donated ten brand new computers and accessories worth Gh¢20,000 to their alma mater.

 

Chairman of the group, Reverend Isaac Opoku Agyeman, told Nhyira News at the presentation ceremony the gesture is meant to encourage teaching and learning of ICT in the school.

 

“We have come to our old school to present computers, as a year group. We heard the school is having limited computers, so we contributed and bought ten computers from Canada to augment the existing ones,’’ he emphasized.

 

Assistant Headmaster at the KNUST SHS , Daniel Boamah-Duku, was full of praise for the donors.

 

He was optimistic the gesture will help the school realize its one- to- one student- computer ratio.

 

“We are grateful for the kind gesture by the 1991 Year Group. Though the school is procuring some computers; we need more to match the increasing students population,” explained Mr. Duku.

Source: http://www.myjoyonline.com

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