Const. 129 MP Donates Exam Materials to 14 Schools
As the saying goes; “Education is the main key to achieve success in life”, and in line with this, Member of Parliament for Constituency 129, Hon. Emmanuel Saidu Conteh, on Thursday 28th April 2022, donated Exams Materials to pupils who are candidates of the National Primary School Examination (NPSE) from fourteen schools within his Constituency, who are to take their NPSE this coming weekend. The donation took place at the Methodist Girls High School hall, attended by prominent community stakeholders, parents and the beneficiaries.
According to Honourable Conteh, the donation is a way of complimenting the flagship education program of President Julius Maada Bio, which is the Free Quality Education. Even though he is from an opposition party, which is the All People’s Congress party (APC), he saw the President’s initiative as a laudable one. Hon Conteh said that he is a respecter of education, because education has brought him thus far. Above all, he believes in the concept of national Cohesion, because the nation can only developed when the people come together and help each other’s productive initiatives, and the All People’s Congress (APC) party is a strong believer and practitioner of this ideology, he said.
” I’m an APC MP and we in the APC party believe in complementing positivity and the concept of national Cohesion” he said, furthering that the donation is an annual gesture, and for four years now he has been donating examination materials to those in terminal classes. Honourable Conteh emphasized on the aspect of Human Capital Development, where he stated that he is rendering help to all those engaged in all forms of education (formal and informal) in his constituency. He continued that when people are engaged positively, it will lessen the crime rate in the society.
In his closing remarks, the Honourable advised parents and guardians at the ceremony to make sure that they monitor their children to study very hard for the National Primary School Examination (NPSE), and also take proper care of the exam materials given to them. All the stakeholders and parents thanked him and prayed for him to win the next election.
In an interview with this medium, one of the stakeholders, in the person of Madam Hawa Kallay, Deputy Chair Lady at the Congo Town community, commended the Honourable for a job well done, and prayed and admonished the children to be serious in school because that will earn them a better life in the future.
Mr. David Williams, a parents of four beneficiaries, expressed gratitude to the Honourable for coming to their aid at a time like this, adding that he has been thinking of how to get the money to buy all the materials for his children for the exams, as it is just days to the whole exercise, especially as he has been out of job for months now.
By Joseph F.Kanu
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