He said the donation will be a continuous process, adding that they certified more than 30 mudslide/flooding survivors after they completed their computer a six months program.
“Our aim is to inspire and create opportunities for people to create a level playing field,” Mr. Conteh said adding that the development of man must be holistic. He further said that “each child was presented with a bag containing exercise books, pens, pencils and crayons.”
Speaking on behalf of the pupils and the different schools, Rev. Francis Kanu from New Life King’s Kids Preparatory School, commended Develop Africa and their partners for the gesture, noting that the items are very timely because some of them did not benefit from the free education package because they are private schools.