23.08.2004 Regional News

Pastor gives free computer training to adults

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Sepaase (Ash), Aug 23, GNA- Pastor Israel Sarfo Adu, proprietor of God's Grace International School at Sepaase near Abuakwa in the Atwima District has started a one-month free computer training for parents and guardians who have their children at the school. The offer is also opened to the general public.

The proprietor announced this at the school's speech and prize-giving day at Sepaase on Friday.

Pastor Sarfo-Adu appealed to the people in the area to make use of the opportunity the school was offering to become computer literate. Mr Jacob Manu, the headteacher of the school, said the pioneers would sit their Basic Education Certificate Examination (BECE) in 2005. He said the management had purchased 12 computers for the pupils to keep them abreast with modern information communication delivery.

Mr Oscar Amankwaah, chairman of the school's Parent-Teacher Association (PTA), advised the people to invest in the education of their children instead of wasting their resources on funerals and acquisition of material wealth.

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