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Hon. Mbanya, others donate 50 desks, didactic materials to PCHS Fiango

19 September 2016 No Comment

By Ashu Manfred
In keeping with his election campaign promises to enhance and encourage the education of young Cameroonians, the SDF member of Parliament for Kumba central constituency, Hon. Mbanya Bolivie, Wednesday, September 7, 2016 donated 50 modern desks and other didactic materials to the Presbyterian Comprehensive High School, PCHS, Fiango, Kumba II Subdivision.
Hon. Mbanya who was accompanied to PCHS by a bloated SDF delegation disclosed that, the donations were in keeping with his campaign promises to enhance and encourage the education of young Cameroonians, who are the future leaders of tomorrow.  He further noted that if Cameroon was to emerge in the year 2035, the youth should be equipped with the necessary academic tools to accelerate the emergence.
He also informed the PCHS authorities that the benches and the other didactic materials are the fall-out of his micro project and that the ad hoc micro project committee is instrumental in the selection and distribution exercise.
Before visiting PCHS, the MP had also completed the roofing of six classrooms in Government Primary School GP4, Kosala, which had been uncapped by a violent storm in 2014.  While encouraging the principal and staff of PCHS, Fiango, for their untiring efforts in educating young Cameroonians, Hon. Mbanya promised that his doors and ears are always open to entertain further requests.
Addressing the MP and his delegation, the principal of PCHS, Penda Nasako, said the institution under the Presbyterian Church in Cameroon provides a holistic education to the Cameroonian youth, irrespective of the political leanings of their parents.
He went on to thank the MP for providing the 50 high quality desks to his institution which, according to him, will enhance the teaching and learning process of his school.
He further promised the MP and his delegation that the desks and the other didactic materials would be put into the use intended by the donor.

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