The Nkosuahene of Wawase Nana Nhyiraba Kwabena Asirifi has organised a session with Basic Education Certificate Examination (BECE) candidates from the Wawase Methodist, Odumasi Toman School and Wawase Roman School.
The broadcast journalist with Rainbow Radio 87.5Fm (Ghana) and Rainbow Radio 92.4Fm (UK) distributed mathematical sets, pens and pencils to each of the 60 students from the three schools to support them towards the upcoming BECE.
He encouraged the students to do their best, to be confident, and to be well prepared for the exams.
Headmaster of the Wawase Methodist School, Michael Kwadwo Aboagye, expressed his gratitude for the kind gesture.
He said the schools and the students were grateful and commended the broadcaster.
“We’d like to express our gratitude for your generosity. What you’ve done is beyond our wildest dreams. The candidates are appreciative. You not only gave to your community but also to two others. That is fantastic and admirable.”
He, like Oliver Twist, requested that the Nkosuohene provide the school with additional learning materials to aid in teaching and learning in the communities.
Some of the students also thanked him and asked God to bless him for the kind gesture.
The Chief of the area, Nana Gyan Kwasi also commended him.
He said he had not regretted singing him the title of Nkosuohene.