The Adesua foundation led by Nana Adakabre Frimpong Manso, Adesua hene of Agogo have today donated a laptop to the Agogo State College.
The donation was made to the 2021 National Science and Maths Quiz team who have qualified to compete in the next stage of the competition. The donation is in line with the foundation’s objectives towards improving education in the municipality and the country as a whole.
The donation was made by the Adesua foundation through its overseas patrons Professor William Harrison and Dr Amanda Holmes who joined the team to visit the school and encourage the students to compete and win the NSMQ competition in order to bring pride to the school and also the municipality.
Presenting the item to the school in the presence of the headmistress, Mrs Selina Anane Afoakwa and some other leaders of the school, Professor Harrison echoed their commitment to supporting education and added this is just the first of many more of such donations.
The head mistress expressed a lot joy at the gesture, thanked the team and urged others to follow in their footsteps.
She asked the team to help furnish the school’s computer laboratory. The headmistress made them write in her book of remembrance to serve as a record of their gesture and goodwill towards the school.
Meanwhile, the Omanhene of the Agogo Traditional Area, Nana Akuoku Sarpong and his council of elders sworn in Professor William Harrison as the Frihankrahene Nana Amoako Yiadom Gyata of the Agogo traditional council and Dr Amanda Holmes as Nana Abena Konadu Yiadom.
Professor William Harrison is the Rector of the Logos University in Florida and Dr Amanda Holmes is the Chancellor of the school. The two are behind the community library building in the municipality.
Source: Elorm Bliss Benjamin | Salt 95.9 FM | Asante Akyem Agogo