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A renowned Broadcast Journalist of Kessben media in Kumasi, Augustine Appau, known in the media landscape as ‘Agyanuro’, has donated Personal Protective Equipment (PPEs) to his alma mater, Atwima Foase D/A Junior High School in the Atwima Kwanwoma District of Ashanti Region to boost the morales of the final year students in their Basic Education Certificate Examination(BECE).

The items which included, 100 pieces of nose masks, 120 pieces of hand sanitizers, 5 veronica buckets and stationaries worth over hundreds of Ghana cedis.

After the presentation, he said it was his corporate responsibilities to assist the candidates and also give back to society that nurtured him to grow up to his current status.

Mr. Appau, a native of Atwima, in an exclusive interview with ASHAIMAN TV,hinted his readiness to facilitate for the transportation of candidates who will score six tens or six ones in the BECE.

“I will personally carry the luggage and belongings of outstanding candidates to their dormitories as a sign of respect to them,” Mr. Appau hinted.

The renowned journalist who doubles as the Public Relations Officer (PRO) of Kofi Amankwa- Manu, the New Patriotic Party (NPP) Parliamentary Candidate for the Atwima Kwanwoma Constituency, also urged advised colleague journalists in the country to support their alma mater in spite of the economic hardship currently facing in the country.

He appealed to the residents of the community and those in the diaspora to help develop the community.

Mr. Addae Johnson, the headmaster of the school thanked Mr. Appau for his consistent kind gestures to the school and appealed to other old students of the school to give back to their alma mater.

He was of the view that the donation would serve as a morale booster to the candidates to excel in the BECE.

Mr. Augustine who has over the years supported pupils in Atwima Foase (where he hails from) to the extent of motivating them to go higher in their academic endeavors, said it was his wish that every single being in the community was educated and become useful in the society.

David Afum / silveronline24