Business man and Proprietor of a newly established private school in the Bole town, Mr Richard Abdulai Kaara, has quantities of water to the Paramount Chief of the Bole Traditional Area,Sarfo Kutuge Feso ( l ) towards the celebration of this year’s Damba festival.
The proprietor of the infant school also presented one thousand Ghana cedis including thirty bags of satchet water and thirty boxes of bottled water to the Bolewura in support of a peaceful and smooth celebration of the Damba.
Mr Kaara and his teachers made the presentation today at the Bolewura palace in Bole.
He said the donation was part of the the newly established school effort to support the Bolewura to celebrate Damba as a lot of people from all walks of life are expected to grace the occasion.
Mr Kaara briefing the media shortly after presentation said that the school was established in 2020 and they are poised to breach all educational lapses in the area.
He said they were also determinated to work closely with the Bole Traditional Area to inculcate into the children the cultural aspects of the area .
The proprietor maintained that the barely two years school was poised and ready to to improve upon the standard of education in the area and measures were being rolled out to achieve such aim.
Mr Kaara, therefore, entreated all and sundry to enroll their wards at RAK academy for effective and efficient learning environment.
“Our environment is serene and our teacher pupil ratio is perfect”, Mr Kaara noted.
Mr Kaara was accompanied to the Chief palace by the Parent Teacher Association Chairman of the school Mr Jamani Bakari together with other executives, teachers and some selected pupils of the school.
Bolewura, Sarfo Kutuge Feso (l ) who could not hide his joy, expressed his profound gratitude to Mr Kaara and his team for promoting education in the area and said they need to be commended.
He said education was a shared responsibility and that a country that failed to develop its people intellectually faced the challenge of opting out of the ‘global village’ where knowledge and transformation were the order of the day.