Kwesi Bekoe Amissah-Arthur, the vice president, has donated a ram and two bags of rice to the school for the blind.
The items were donated on behalf of the vice president by Mr Issahaku Nuhu Putiah, the Wa Municipal Chief Executive. Presenting the items, Mr. Putiah noted that vice president was in the Upper West Region recently to inaugurate 64 Community Based Health Planning and Service CHPS Compounds but was pressed for time and could not come to the school to donate the items.
On her part, Madam Grace Amoako, the headmistress of the school, expressed gratitude to the vice president for showing concern for the students. Master Fabia Sotenga, the senior prefect of the Wa methodist school for the blind, expressed appreciation to the vice president and noted that the provision of food and other logistics to students of the school motivated them to study.
Master Sotenga further appealed to benevolent organizations and individuals to come to their aid and support them with their basic needs. He reiterated that the students cannot study without food; hence there is the need for more of such gestures in order to enable them get motivated to learn.
Meanwhile, the school’s Assembly Hall which got burnt in 2012, had not seen any rehabilitation works since the inferno. In view of this the dining Hall had been turned into an assembly hall which is causing congestion in the school.