The Mamfe Presbyterian Primary School has been presented with ten computers, a laptop and a scanner to facilitate information and Communications Technology (ICT) education. The donation was made by Projects Abroad, a voluntary organisation in Germany, and the items were presented by Dieter Mvelhaupt, the leader. at a ceremony here. Mvelhaupt said 27 more computers would be donated to the school after the completion of the school's computer laboratory. The headmistress, Rosina Ohenewa Asiedu, thanked the organisation and said the equipment would be put to good use to enable the students to acquire ICT skills. She used the occasion to urge parents to care for their wards in school. Osabarima Ansah Sasraku III, the chief of Mamfe, called on parents to renew their commitment towards their children's education since they are the future leaders.
Nene Nagai Kassah III, paramount chief of Agomeda-Shai traditional area, pledged his support for the computer laboratory project. Nene Kassah, also known as Mike Gizo, a former minister of state, reiterated the need for adequate parental care for the students to enable them to realise their dreams in future.