Pentecost Social Services (PENTSOS), the social services wing of The Church of Pentecost, has donated 200 pieces of dual and mono desks to three schools in the Sawla Area of the Church.
The beneficiary schools are Bole Pentecost Preparatory School (PPS), Tuna PPS and Sawla PPS. Bole PPS received 55 dual and 10 mono desks, Sawla PPS received 55 dual and 20 mono desks while Tuna PSS received 40 dual and 20 mono desks.
The Area Head, Apostle William Ohemeng-Kwakye, receiving the desks on behalf of the management of the three schools on June 18, 2020, thanked the PENTSOS Director, Elder Richard Amaning, and the leadership of the church for responding positively to their call.
Apostle Ohemeng-Kwakye entreated the schools and their management committees to ensure that the chairs are maintained to serve the intended purpose.
It will be recalled that the PENTSOS Director, as part of his tour of the church’s educational institutions in the Area, expressed worry about the state of the chairs in the schools and promised to do something about it to turn the situation around.
The chairs are, therefore, expected to enhance teaching and learning in the schools.
In attendance at the presentation ceremony were Overseer Samuel Essien (Area PENTSOS Coordinator), Pastor Maxwell Nti, Pastor Benjamin Addo Boateng and Overseer Isaac Kwadwo Asare, the Local PENTSOS Managers for Sawla, Bole and Tuna respectively.
Also present was the Area Deacon, Elder Joseph Puorimah, as well as the heads of the three schools.
Report by Overseer Francis Kofi Gyimah, Sawla Area Reporter.