Enock Nyarko Charity Foundation supports schools in Jaman North

In his quest to support teaching and learning amongst school pupils and teaching staff in the Jaman North District of the Bono Region, the Chief Executive Officer of the Enock Nyarko Charity Foundation, Mr. Enock Nyarko, has donated over 3,000 exercise books to some public primary/junior high school pupils in the district.

According to him, this will motivate the school-going children to be serious with their studies and to enhance teaching and learning.

The beneficiary schools were the Jamera Methodist D/A, Jemera Islamic D/A, the Adadiem Presby D/A and the Adadiem R/C primaries/junior high schools.

Making the presentation to the School Management Committee, the Parent-Teacher Association and the Management of the various beneficiary schools on behalf of Enock Nyarko, a team member of the charity foundation, Douglas Sakum, hinted that education is the backbone of every country and the future of this country depends on the children and the youth. So, there is the need to support them with teaching and learning materials to motivate them to put up their best and perform better in class.

Mr Sakum further reiterated the commitment of Mr Enock Nyarko to support the good people of Jaman North especially the young and the youth to acquire higher and better education to be responsible adults in the near future to support their families and contribute their quota to the development of this country.

Mr Douglas Sakum appealed to the beneficiary basic schools and the entire management and the good people of Jaman North District to rally their support in prayers for Mr Enock Nyarko and his team members to enable from time to time continue to support the electorates.

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Present at the donation ceremony were Mr Jones Abissah, Mr Douglas Sakum, Nana Addo, Nana Twene, Wofa Kwame , Mr Isaac Okyem, team members of the Enock Nyarko Charity Foundation with support from other colleague team members who could not attend the event but were with them in spirits.

Source: 3news.com|Ghana