Justmoh hands over renovated dining/assembly hall to Twin-City Special Sch.


Chairman-JUSTMOH Group of Companies, Dr. Justice Amoh, has handed over a renovated dining/assembly hall to management of the Twin-City Special School at Essipong in the Sekondi-Takoradi metropolis.

The occasion also coincided with a donation of items including assorted food items, bags of rice and sugar, cooking oil as well as toiletries – and then he dined with students at the school.

The Catholic Vocational Special School at Fijai also benefitted from the kind gesture of Dr. Amoh, receiving assorted food items, toiletries and bags of sachet-water.

This was as part of activities marking Dr. Justice Amoh’s 60th birthday and the September Borns Project, which was instituted four years ago in Takoradi to support orphanage homes, special schools and the less privileged in society.

Dr. Amoh, popularly known as ‘Justmoh’, said though he does a lot of charitable work, he feels obliged to attend to children with special needs as government alone may not be in a position to shoulder such a huge responsibility.

He appealed for individuals and organisations to extend a hand in support of schools for children with special needs. He explained that when such children are educated, they are able to acquire skills that will be useful to them and society, and take them away from inhabiting the streets as beggars.

Dr. Amoh also commended management of the school for the love and care they extend to these children.

He was particularly happy that there is no record of abuse in the school, and encouraged school authorities to maintain the standards set.

Headmistress of the Twin-City Special School, Madam Crescentia Efua Bilson-Sai, commended Dr. Amoh for keeping faith with the children by always coming to their aid.

According to her, the school and children have benefitted immensely from the generosity of Justmoh – which she said puts smiles on their faces.

She was grateful to the September Born Project for their continued support over the years.

Madam Bilson-Sai however indicated that the school still has numerous challenges, and made a passionate appeal to the public for support.

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