Michael Owusu Afriyie popularly known as Teacher Kwadwo has recounted how a young man assisted his school with computers when all hope was lost. He said that he was posted to Adanse-Akrofuom D/A Primary in 2017 as a professional teacher but upon his arrival, he found out that there is no computer in the school.
And he was supposed to teach the learners Information Communication Technology (ICT). Looking at the situation, it would have been difficult for him to teach ICT without computers so he decided to seek help on social media.
And God being so good, he touched the heart of this young man in the pictures below, Mr. Sean Frimpong popularly known as Zoro King and he gave him 10 computers to be given to the school. Teacher Kwadwo added that he is so grateful to Mr. Sean Frimpong because the Computers he provided to the learners 4 years ago is still having an impact in the life of the pupils.
According to Teacher Kwadwo, they have maintained the computers very well and it is still in good use. This is what he wrote on his official Facebook account:
"To be honest, the computers have helped the learners in their ICT learning and they are grateful. The computers are still in good shape and for 4 years, the learners are still benefiting from it. Any day each learner will touch the computer, I pray to God to add blessings to your life. I want to take this opportunity to say "GOD BLESS YOU" to this wonderful human. You might not know the great impact the computers are having on the learners but surely your good deeds shall never be in vain".
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