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Westminster Supports Education in Sanaya

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Westminster Supports Education in Sanaya


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She said the school has been suffering from getting quality teachers and learning materials, so they donated hundreds of chairs, several dozens of desks, cabinets and other learning materials that will aid their education.

Musayeroh continued that because the children will only get better learning with sports, they also donated football kits and balls for them to use.

“We in Westminster believe that education is the key to a country’s development and most of us working for this company were fortunate to have these jobs because of our educational background. It is because of that we will continue to support education and we support the government’s drive to make sure that every child in the country must acquire education.”

Sanaya is the only Secondary School in the Robins Community and they are in dire need of learning materials. It is for that reason Westminster did what they have for the school.

Receiving the donation, the principal said it was a timely gesture, especially when they are suffering to get furniture for the school.

Receiving the donation, the principal Mr Malie Kamara said it was a timely gesture, especially when they are suffering to get furniture for the school.

He promised they would use the books judiciously and the furniture has come in handy for the pupils that don’t have chairs and desks.

Mr Kamara said that they would do all in their powers to encourage the pupils to make good use of the books and they should take good care of the furniture so that when they have gone others that are coming will have them to use.

Also present at the ceremony was Head of Charity at Westminster Mr Alan Wolstencroft.

Miss Barrie assured that Westminster would continue to render more social services to the host community as part of its social corporate responsibility.

She noted that the burdens of education should not be left to government alone, saying “Individuals and organisations have a role to play to the overall development of the education sub-sector.”

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