May 15, 2014


Dr Mark Assibey-Yeboah, Member of Parliament for New Juaben South has presented a cheque of GHs1,000.00 and a set of computer with accessories to the Koforidua Nursing Training College in support of the 50th anniversary celebration of the school.

Making the presentation on behalf of the MP, the New Juaben South Constituency Chairman of the New Patriotic Party (NPP), Mr Oteng Adu, said, education is among the topmost priorities of the MP and had decided to allocate a chunk of his resources to the sector.

He said, the MP donated cement and computers to a number of schools in the constituency early this year and said the MP had assured that, he would continue to support educational development in his constituency.

He emphasised that, Information Communication Technology ICT now plays an integral role in the development of every country, and the learning of ICT was one of his topmost priorities, as far as education was concerned.

The Vice Principal of the college, Ms Hannah Okyere Boateng  who received the computer and the cheque  on behalf of the schools, thanked the MP and assured  that, the computers would be put to good use and the money use judiciously to benefit the school.

She expressed her gratitude to the MP for recognizing the need for quality education for children in his constituency who eventually will be the future leaders of Ghana.