Nifa SHS gets new ICT centre

In the Eastern Region, Nifa Senior High School now features an Information and Communications Technology (ICT) center.

The KGL Foundation, the KGL Group’s corporate social responsibility division, initiated the project. Last Saturday, a group led by Ghanaian philanthropist and Executive Chairman of KGL Foundation Alex Dadey gave the school’s administration the keys to the center.

The action was a component of the company’s attempts to guarantee that ICT was taught and learned in schools in an efficient manner. Mr. Dadey emphasized how important it is for schools to have the tools necessary to support children in realizing their potential.

He mentioned the ongoing problems with water scarcity that forced the children to fetch water from a contaminated borehole, saying he had been aware of some of the problems the school was facing for more than 50 years.

“I know more about education, the history of education and everything than business. And for us being your neighbours, it is our responsibility and a duty to come in and help address some of your challenges when the need arises,” Mr Dadey added.

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The company, he said, was committed to meeting the needs of the school and community in which the group operated. 


In addition to thanking KGL Group on behalf of the school, Cornelia Kpelle, the head of Nifa Senior High School, announced that the institution was the recipient of an ICT center project that was started by the Ministry of Communications in partnership with the Ghana Education Service. The project’s goal was to supply computers and ICT accessories to a number of senior high schools in the nation.

She added that as a requirement to benefit from the initiative, the school needed to have an ICT centre, prompting the school to impress upon the company to establish the facility.

Ms Kpelle urged the government and other organisations to come to the school’s aid to help resolve the issues confronting it, particularly potable water and desks. “We are using this medium to call out to other corporate organisations and all stakeholders to get on board and support our school,” she appealed.

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