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The President of the Old Edwardian Association Gribril Saccoh stated that the Association is keen on improving education for the young generation, adding if the younger generation have better education then the future will be bright. He mentioned that through donations from Old Edwardans in the diaspora they were able to secure $2000 for the renovation of the computer lab and also secure generator. Their goal He said is to ensure that every students of St. Edwards secondary school be a computer literate.

Principal of the senior secondary school Freddie R Wyse stated they have been seeking for such opportunity for a very long time, adding it like a dream come true. He thanked John Musa and the Old Edwardian Association for coming to their rescue. He assured that they will do their best to maintain and sustained it for the benefits of the pupils.

Making The donation, John Musa past pupil of the school also an engineer residing in tHe United State thanked the principal and administration for the opportunity accorded him to work with them in the development of the school. He mentioned that He is so humble to donate 30 laptops, adding He is working on a vision to produce the next generation of information technology students. The first stage He said is by donating the equipment, followed by the tutorial which will include the software and hardware aspect.  He also wishes to train students to be able to build applications on the internet, and also programing of mobile devices. This He said will be done through his Musa foundation.

 

He however encourage students to take their studies seriously adding the only way to be successful is through hard work. He ended by calling on other well-meaning Sierra Leoneans to help build the younger generation. 

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