The Chief Executive Officer of St Andrews Group of Companies and a highly revered Millionaire Noble Dr Richard Kofi Asiedu has shown Ghanaians once again that he isn't a spectator but a citizen by sponsoring and completing abandoned school project in the Assin Fosu Municipality.
How many Ghanaians can go into their own pocket and outlay huge personal sums of money and other resources to perform a task for the nation when government abandon projects in our societies?
Noble Dr Richard Asiedu recently addressed Ghanaians during the 10th Sustainable Education and Development Research Conference, SEDRC 2021 at the Conference Hall of Noguchi Memorial Centre in Accra wholeheartedly completes and rebrand the FOSCO Demonstration Basic School and it's confirmed below by Rich FM 98.7 Assin Fosu
*NOBLE DR. RICHARD ASIEDU COMPLETES ABANDONED SCHOOL BUILDING AT THE COST OF 35,000 CEDIS* Rich FM reports
Noble Dr. Richard Kofi Asiedu, the CEO of St. Andrews Group of companies has completed a three unit classroom structure, a staff common room and an ICT laboratory for the Fosco Demonstration Basic School in Assin Foso Municipal at a cost of 35,000 cedis after the PTA made the appeal to him.
The structure, which had been abandoned since 2010, had made teaching and learning difficult for one of the premier public Basic Schools in the municipality.
The edifice was handed over to the school on 20th August, 2021 to the relief of teachers and pupils
On why he made this gesture, Dr. Richard Asiedu stated that, it is the responsibility of individuals and corporate entities to support the development of their communities, witting "brighten the corner where you are".
Dr. Richard Asiedu encouraged the teachers and pupils to strive for excellence and improve their already enviable place on the BECE log over the years.
Incidentally, the wife of Dr. Richard Asiedu, Dr. Regina Asiedu, has also been organizing workshops for teachers and pupils in the municipality to help improve quality teaching and learning.
Dr. Asiedu further encouraged the youth to devote the prime of their lives to positioning themselves for the amazing opportunities of the new technological world, saying, "the youth must make hay while the sun shines brightly on them".
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