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July 28, 2018 | Advertorials

E/R: Farmer Donates Educational Classroom Complex to Begoro Rehab Centre

in front of the Classroom Complex
in front of the Classroom Complex

Foster Agyekum, a commercial farmer and a businessman has donated Model Educational Classroom Complex Centre of Excellence to the Begoro Community Based Rehabilitation Centre to facilitate the centre to produce quality education to the Persons Living With Disabilities going under rehabilitating at the centre.

The farmer, Mr Foster Agyekum, yesterday July 26, 2018, commissioned and dedicated the 3-Unit Block Model Educational Classroom Complex Centre of Excellence to the Begoro Salvation Army Rehabilitation Centre.

Addressing the gathering, Mr Agyekum said he saw it keen to support the education of the special needs children at the centre in order for them to acquire self-dependent after attained education rather than them depending on people to make ends meet.

The sole financier of the Educational Complex of Excellence, Mr Foster Agyekum refused to uncover the involved cost of the project, although he said a lot went into it.

Mr. Agyekum in the presence of the Member of Parliament for Fanteakwa North Constituency, Mr Kwabena Amankwa Asiamah, Fanteakwa North District Chief Executive, Mr Charles Oware Tweneboah, The Deputy Minister for Gender, Children and Social Protection, Mrs. Gifty Twum Ampofo and the entire gathering expressed worry about how the previous assembly delayed for about one and half year before handing him permission to build the complex and pleaded to the assembly to fast their permission granting to enable projects undertaken in the district.

Mr Foster Agyekum speaking to Starr TV News’ Obiba Nana Adjei, said he thought he would not fulfil the promise he made to the centre of building modernised 3-unit classroom block after looking at his finances but he has been able to accomplish the project through the Grace of God, the support of his wife Mrs Abigail Agyekum, his entire family and one Nana Amoako (an architect).

He then called on individuals like himself, institutions, cooperate bodies, government to support the Salvation Army Rehabilitation Centre and the Community at large.

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