Government has distributed one thousand and forty-one laptops to students of the Prampram and Ningo Senior High schools in the Greater Accra Region.
This is part of government’s one child-one laptop project.
The Member of Parliament for the constituency, Hon. E. T Mensah who distributed the laptops stated that the move is to better equip the students with the changing technological trends and also provide them with the requisite materials needed for studying.
Out of the figure one hundred and twenty-two students from the Prampram Senior High schools received the laptops while nine hundred and nine students from the Ningo Senior High schools were presented with laptops.
Presenting the items, the Member of Parliament for the area Mr. Enoch Teye Mensah indicated that “the development of any nation depends on its human resource base hence the need to equip the students with modern computers to aid them in research and learning.”
The Member of Parliament for Prampram Hon. E. T Mensah urged the students to take their studies seriously since “it’s the surest way to open the windows of opportunity for them in their endeavors.”
The Headmaster of the Ningo Senior High, Emmanuel Botchway commended government and the Member of Parliament of the area for making the distribution of the laptops possible.
He also called on the beneficiaries to make good use of the computers.
He called on the Member of Parliament and the assembly to help them complete the six classroom block in the Ningo Senior High.