His Excellency, former president John Dramani Mahama has fully renovated dormitory block for the Cabral and Gbanzaba houses in Ghana Senior High School to mark the school's 60th anniversary.
According to former president Mahama, Gabral House was his home during his school days.
Former First Lady, Lordina Mahama also sponsored the repainting and replacement of nets at the girls dormitory known as the Lordina Block.
Former president, John Dramani Mahama wrote on Facebook;
"I handed over to my alma mater, Ghana Senior High School (Ghanasco), a fully renovated Dormitory block for the Cabral and Gbanzaba Houses.
Cabral House was my home during my days at Ghanasco, and it was a nostalgic feeling returning and reconnecting with some of my mates and seniors on Friday.
Renovating and modernizing the building that houses the Cabral and Gbanzaba Houses, when the state of the structure was brought to my attention, is my hearty contribution to improving conditions for learning for our children.
My wife, Lordina, also sponsored the repainting and replacement of the nets at the girls dormitory, known as the Lordina Block.
Happy 60th anniversary to our school."
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