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Savannah Region: Abu Jinapor supports Damongo SHS with foodstuffs

Samuel Jinapor, who is also the minister of lands, has been supporting the school over the years

The MP for Damongo Constituency Samuel Abu Jinapor has donated some food items to the Damongo Senior High School in the West Gonja Municipality of the Savannah Region.

The items include 50 bags of rice, 20 bags of maize, 10 bags of cassava and five bags of beans. The donation is aimed at easing feeding challenges facing the school.

Presenting the food items to the management of the school on behalf of the MP, the constituency chairman of the NPP for Damongo, Alhaji Braimah Adams said the support was in response to an appeal by the school’s management to the lawmaker.

Braimah said the MP has committed about 60% of his salary to improve standard of education in the constituency as “education for the people in the area is very dear to his heart.”

For his part, the assistant headmaster of the school, Chief Dramani Kipo, who received the food items on behalf of management and students of the school, thanked the legislator for his continuous support for the school.

“The form threes are currently writhing their exams, they will not disappoint you, DASS Community will not disappoint you,” he said.

 

Reporting by Tahiru Abdul-Washiru in the Savannah Region

 

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