But for the intervention by the Ebenezer Akwanga Human Rights and Humanitarian Institute, the Ketu South Municipal Education Directorate would have begun printing documents by the roadside as a result of their stenographers not having a single computer to work with.
The directorate has had to fall on laptop computers belonging to individual staff to operate since early March this year, after their only one old fashioned computer whose parts we were told could not be found broke down almost four months back.
Dr. Ebenezer Akwanga who earlier visited the directorate and the Aflao Islamic Basic School was saddened at the development decided to donate sets of computers with accessories to both institutions, a gesture which has saved the Municipal Education Directorate from the hurdle of seeking to acquire new computers in the last few months which could not materialise.
Speaking to the ghanaianvoiceonline.com during the presentation, the Ketu South Municipal Education Director, Michael Yao Fiatorfe said they would have resulted to printing their documents outside, especially as school reopens, but for the timely intervention of the Ebenezer Akwanga Human Rights and Humanitarian Institute.
By: Edward Tetteh