Presenting the computers to the school at Densuano, Mr Baafi, who is also the Deputy Minister of Trade and Industry, said it was important for schoolchildren to learn how to operate computers since the country had already migrated to a digital and technology-oriented state.
He requested a report on the state of the computers at the end of every academic term from the school to ascertain how the computers were being utilized.
He urged the school authorities and the children to put the computers to good use and also ensure their regular maintenance.
Mr Baafi advised the teachers not to prevent the schoolchildren from using the computers, since they were purposely provided for them to learn ICT.
The Headmistress of the school, Mrs Gifty Adams, who received the new computers, commended the MP and Barry Callebaut for their support to the school.
She promised to ensure that the computers were properly taken care of and urged the schoolchildren to take advantage of the computers to study ICT.
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