The Opoku Ware School (SHS) popularly known as (OWASS) is a catholic senior high school for boys in the Ashanti region of Ghana.
Established in 1952, and has produced a lot of great and innovative leader that the country Ghana has benefited from.
To maintain their high standard of education and continue their legacy as the first Catholic Boys Secondary School to be established in the Ashanti Region, the school has benefited from the Amansie West Rural Bank’s corporate social responsibility this year.
Board Chairman of Amansie West Rural Bank Limited, Lawyer Ben Kwakye Adeefe joined the staff of Amansie West Rural Bank Limited to Donate 10 sets of desktop Computers to the school to help facilitate learning especially in Information Technology (IT) in the school.
The Chairman also urged the students to take their studies serious and build potential same as their predecessors.
He pledged that the bank will continue to support the school in all endeavours to help build their potential to become responsible future leaders who will contribute to the nation’s development.
He noted that Senior High School (SHS) is an exciting and special period in the formative years of every child since they learnt a lot of things, including building good or bad relationships and making critical life-long decisions that could impact positively on their lives.
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