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July 21, 2008 | Education

KNUST branch of POJOBA donate computers to their ALMA MATER

The Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST) branch of the Pope John Senior High School and Junior Seminary Old Boys (POJOBA) donated two flat screens table top computers to their alma mater in Koforidua at the weekend.
The computers, which cost GH¢ 3,000, were purchased through the contributions of the 16 old students who are lecturers and administrators at KNUST.
Making the presentation Prof William Ellis, Pro-Vice Chancellor of KNUST, said the donation was their widow’s mite to support teaching and learning in the school.
He said their visit was aimed at interacting with both teachers and students of the school to share views on issues confronting them in the day-to-day management of the school and explore avenues for assistance.
Prof. Ellis urged the students to be disciplined at all times, learn hard and strive towards achieving the best results which could pave way for them to continue their education.
He expressed concern about the rising spate of occultism in schools and called for action to halt it.

Mr Isaac Lawer Odenteh, Headmaster of the school who received the donation, thanked the old boys and said the donation came at a time when the school was in need of computers and appealed to others to emulate the kind gesture.
Mr. Ralph Nyadu-Addo, Industrial and Professional Relations Officer at the College of Art and Social Sciences of KNUST who is also an old boy, called on the students to abide by school regulations and stay out of trouble to enable them feel comfortable in the school.
He urged the students to use the appropriate channels in seeking redress instead of reacting to mere rumours.

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