The Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Bombisco Multimedia in the Berekum Municipality of the Bono region, Mr Isaac Asare, has donated some books to be stocked in all the senior high schools libraries.
This, according to him, is to help the students to be abreast with current issues in the country.
Presenting the books to the Berekum Municipal Education Directorate on behalf of the CEO, Nana Osei Prempeh Okokroku, said the books titled “Ghanaman Nkosou” is fully packed with all the current issues trending in the country to augment the free SHS policy by the government.
He said the focus of the books production was much emphasised on the current New Patriotic Party’s (NPP) government achievement for the past two and half years in power.
The magazine captures the past and present political leaders in the country from the first President, Dr. Kwame Nkrumah, for educational references, the present Ministers of States and their deputies, all the 16 Regional Ministers and their deputies and some public figures in Ghana.
The policies and flagship programs of the current administration led by President Akufo-Addo and his Vice President, Dr Mahamadu Bawumia have all been colourfully printed in the magazine including the free SHS policy, ‘One-District-One-Factory’, ‘Planting for and jobs’ among others.
He said the books have a whole lot on the various regions and their capitals, their main activities to help identify a particular region and their nature, as well as the boundaries of the regions.
The metropolitans, municipals and districts in the 16 regions were not left out and their main towns and villages were outlined in the book.
Receiving the books, the Education Director of Berekum Municipal, Mrs. Grace Ivy Ameyaw, also thanked the CEO of Bombisco Multimedia and his team for their kind gesture to support the President’s free SHS policy.
She promised that the books would be stocked in all the libraries of the various schools in Berekum to encourage the students to learn much more about their country.
BY OPAMAGO PAPARICHY//24NEWS.NEWS//GHANA