Mr. Samuel Osei Sarkodie (SOS), the NPP Youth Organizer for New Juaben North constituency in the Eastern region, has donated a variety of food products to the Catholic Cluster of schools in Koforidua Srodae.
The generous donor provided, 20 packs of soft beverages, 10 packs of bottled water, and 50 bags of sachet water.
While they wait for comparable assistance from other benefactors, his presentation on February 23, 2023, supported the Koforidua Catholic Cluster of Schools’ education week celebration.
Dedicated to his younger sister Mary Osei Gyamfi, a former student of the Koforidua Catholic Cluster of schools, Mr. Samuel Osei Sarkodie hopes that the gifts will encourage the students to see education as a path to success.
“The donation today is dedicated to my little sister Mary Osei Gyamfi who completed this school. May God continue to Bless her and make her a greater inspiration to the students of this cluster of schools” he told media.
According to Samuel Osei Sarkodie, he will put his best foot forward if the need arises to support the needy and organizations looking forward for aid.
Speaking to Ghanatodayonline.com, the New Juaben North NPP youth Organizer pledged to work closely with stakeholders to improve the standard of education in the New Juaben North and South constituencies.
He insisted that attempts are being made to guarantee that the goal of human development through education was achieved.
Mr. SOS continued by saying that it was crucial to assist Ghana’s future leaders by providing the necessities that will improve teaching and learning in different institutions.
He explained that Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo prioritizes education, just like the President of the Republic, and that he always does his part to support the next generation of leaders in areas with the necessities of life and to make sure that they work in a setting that is very conducive to learning and to learning well.
The school administration accepted the donations and praised the young organizer for their kind contribution to the commemoration of Education Week.
To help enhance learning and teaching, they meanwhile urged other philanthropists to continue funding Koforidua Cluster of Schools.
Source: Ghanatodayonline.com/Kaakyire Kwasi Afari