The Public Relations Officer for the Ajumako Enyan Essiam District Ghana Education Service Directorate Mr. Matthew Bekoe has warned School Children in the Ajumako Enyan Essiam District especially students at St.Luke’s Anglican Basic school to make good use of ICT and desist from using computers to watch movies that will not benefit them.

Speaking at the commissioning of ICT centre for the school he advised the students to handle the computers with care to ensure that they last long for their juniors to also benefit from it.

In an interview with Kasapa FM News Yaw Boagyan, the Financial Secretary for Union of Ghana Association in Germany who is also a native of Ajumako Bisease Mr. Issac Paul Damtse who led the commissioning also advised the pupils and the teachers to adopt good maintenance culture as the ICT project is an investment that has been made for them.

“As a native of Ajumako Bisease it is my wish for pupils in the community to acquire some skills in the usage of Information Communication and Technology so I am advising all and sundry to made good use of the Computers.”

On behalf of the St. Luke’s Anglican Basic School, the former headmaster of the school Mr. Samuel Boadi who also contributed massively to the commissioning of the ICT centre thanked the organizers for the donations and promised that they will make good use of the Computers to ensure that students pass well in their ICT final examination.

St. Luke’s Anglican Basic School ICT centre was sponsored by Engagement Global gGmBH Be rather Street 8-40233 Duesseldorf–NRW, Germany, muelhelm an der Ruhr Germany, Ghana Union Duesseldir in support of Ghana council NRW and Union of Ghana Association in Germany (USAG) and Brother Paul and Mr. Samuel Buadi former headmaster of St. Luke Anglican School at Ajumako Bisease.