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12.03.2009 Education

Algeria Ambassador donates books to Anaji JHS

By Alfred Adams & Zambaga Rufai Saminu - Ghanaian Chronicle

The Algerian Ambassador to Ghana, Mr. Lakhal Benkelai, has donated assorted educational materials to the Anaji M/A Junior High School at a short ceremony.

Making the presentation, the Ambassador said, “this is our modest presentation to Ghanaian children, and it symbolises the quality of our bilateral relationship in the cultural field.

“This donation is to help you achieve your goals, especially in the area of education, which is the bedrock of your future.”

He observed that in order to strengthen the relationship, the Algerian Government in 1990, established a school in Tamale to assist needy Ghanaian children in their educational endeavours.

The Regional Director of Education, Mrs. Rebecca Effiba Dadzie, expressed her appreciation for the support the Ambassador had extended to the school.

Present at the ceremony were Nana Adjei Mbea, Chief of Anaji and the Assembly Member, Mr. Ben Fodah, among others.