By Christopher Carew
Speaking to AYV newspaper on Tuesday during the handing over ceremony, Pastor-in-Charge of the East Hampstead Baptist Church and also Manager of the East Hampstead Baptist Primary School, Pastor Joseph Kpokie Kargbo said, room would be created for pupils to be able to use computers. He said the drive will help develop the community.
“To build a nation, one has to educate a child because they are the future leaders and with quality education the future is bright”, Pastor Kargbo said.
Residents in the Looking Town community expressed joy and some said they will use this opportunity to educate their children, as this will help reduce the rate of illiteracy.