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Upper East Regional Minister donates furniture to GES on her 55th birthday celebration

Paulina Patience Abayage, Upper East Regional Minister (right) with Abdul-Razak Korah, Deputy Director in Charge of Planning at GES (left)
Paulina Patience Abayage, Upper East Regional Minister (right) with Abdul-Razak Korah, Deputy Director in Charge of Planning at GES (left)

Upper East Regional Minister, Paulina Patience
Abayage has donated 200 dual desks to the regional office of the Ghana
Education Service (GES) for onward distribution to selected schools in the
region.  The gesture forms part of activities to celebrate her 55thbirthday. 

Presenting the furniture to GES in Bolgatanga,
Ms Abayage indicated that the long standing gesture which is always supported
by her friends during her birth month is to give back to society for what God
has done in her life.

“When
I became the Regional Minister, one of the biggest challenges that confronted
me is the lack of furniture in our schools. I remember, ‘Narrative Changers’
will bombard me, tag me with all manner of pictures of children sitting on the
ground. So, I have decided to solicit for help to donate some furniture. I
asked around and got friends who have given me 200 dull desks to give to the
region. I’m hopeful that we will look for schools that really need them”, she
said.

She expressed optimism that the furniture will
in a long run improve education in the region.

Flanked by some district and municipal directors of education, Upper East Regional Deputy Director in Charge of Planning at GES, Abdul-Razak Koran, wished the minister well on her birthday and years to come.

While thanking her for the support, Mr. Korah
said the furniture will improve teaching and learning in the region.

“Your presentation
is indeed, has come at the right time. At a right time in two folds. It is
going to improve teaching and learning. We want to say thank you on behalf of
the regional directorate for the gesture as you celebrate your 55th
birthday”, Mr. Korah said.

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Source:A1Radioonline.com|101.1Mhz|Joshua
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