MODEC donates school furniture to Anum Presby SHS

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MODEC Production Services Ghana JV Limited has donated school furniture worth over GH₵520,000 to the Anum Presbyterian Senior High School at Anum Boso in the Eastern Region.

The items, which include 500 bunk beds, 300 mono classroom desks, 10 dining hall tables and 15 dining hall benches, were meant to assist the students in both their academic studies and extracurricular activities.

Managing Director of MODEC, Theophilus Ahwireng, who presented the furniture to the school, underscored MODEC’s commitment to education as a cornerstone of its social investment.

“The goal of the donation is to assist in creating a positive learning environment for the students and to support their success. We hope that our donation will enhance the living and learning experience of the students and staff,” he said.

Mr. Ahwireng emphasised that this commitment stems from their belief in the transformative power of education, which plays a crucial role in uplifting communities and shaping a brighter future for all.

He further stated that MODEC recognises the importance of well-equipped facilities in learning institutions to promote the well-being of students and staff, thereby supporting a comprehensive and conducive learning environment.

He cited the school’s continuous improvement in WASSCE results as a motivating factor behind their support.

Headmaster of the school, Rev. Richard Adjei, expressed gratitude for MPSG’s generous contribution; and provided a brief history of the school, highlighting students’ academic performance.

Mr. Adjei emphasised that the donated furniture will greatly enhance the students’ learning experience, creating a more conducive environment for education.

“On behalf of management, staff and students, I would like to express my profound gratitude to MODEC for their generous donations,” he said.

The headmaster also highlighted several challenges facing the school, including issues with water supply, the need for renovation of the boys’ dormitories and leakages in staff bungalows.

He appealed to the government and various stakeholders to lend their support.

In a speech delivered on behalf of Angela Frimpomaa Nkansah, Acting Director of the Human Resource Management Division at Ghana Education Service (GES), Accra, it was revealed that the connection between the headmaster and MODEC was facilitated during a visit to GES, where he met Madam Angela Nkansah.

She expressed gratitude to MODEC for their generous donation and encouraged students to take good care of the furniture.

“We know these items would improve the performance of the school and we appeal to students to take good care of them.”

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