Samira Bawumia Commissions Learning And Literacy Center At The Kanda Cluster Of Schools
- Samira Bawumia has commissioned a learning and literacy centre at the Kanda cluster of schools
- Under the Samira Empowerment Humanitarian Project (SEHP), the second lady also donated over 200,000 books to some 64 basic schools across the country
- Over 400,000 pupils are expected to benefit from the project which is aimed at inculcating a culture of reading
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Samira Bawumia, wife of vice president, Dr Mahamudu Bawumia has commissioned a learning and literacy centre at the Kanda cluster of schools in the Greater Accra Region.
This was done under the Samira Empowerment Humanitarian Project (SEHP) which aims at inculcating a culture of reading among school pupils.
SEHP donates 200,000 books to basic schools
The project, which has since its beginning donated more than 200,000 books to 64 basic schools around the nation, is estimated to benefit nearly 400,000 pupils.
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Speaking at the refurbishment and retooling of the modern library at the Kanda cluster of schools, Samira said the initiative will continue to foster a culture of reading among students and pupils in the nation.
Netizens have been reacting to the gesture by Samira with some lauding. YEN.com.gh has compiled some of them below.
The future 1st lady of the Republic of Ghana
You are doing so well for mother Ghana. Keep doing what you do best
This is truly impressive, amazing and inspirational. May God bless you for kindness and I can't wait to see you as our first lady in 2025....
We are proud of you Mummy. You are inspiring and touching lives.
Leadership by example ....Continue serving Humanity !
Rhetta Afriyie Opoku
Well done and congratulations to you. God bless your heart and be divine uplifted. Really proud of you
Maryam Ibrahim Rabo
Very impressive! , keep it up , so much admire ur style.
Samira donates to students of Akuapem North
Earlier, YEN.com.gh reported that Samira had donated some educational materials to boost early childhood mathematics in Akuapem North.
The donations were made under the Samira Empowerment for Humanitarian Project (SEHP), which donated educational resource materials to schools in the Akuapem North Municipality in the Eastern Region and assist with girl-child education.
In all, over three hundred (300) children from ten (10) schools in the Akuapem North Municipality in the Eastern Region benefitted from the initiative.
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