‘Pojoba’ donates customised face shields to school
The Pope John Senior High and Minor Seminary Old Students Association (Pojoba) has donated 200 pieces of customised face shield to the school.
The item which cost about GH¢ 6,000.00 was made available through the voluntary contributions of individuals of the various year groups.
The President of the Association, Mr Isaac Abe Duah said the students were complaining of not hearing their tutors clearly when they (teachers) use the nose masks while teaching in the classroom.
He again said some of the tutors felt uncomfortable using the nose masks to teach for long hours.
Mr Duah said, this prompted the old students to design the face shields for both the students, teachers and non-teaching staff for easy communication in and outside the classroom.
He said the future of the students was very critical in this hard time of the pandemic and, therefore, necessary that all their put their hands on deck to help them come out successfully.
The President urged all the students to continue to put their trust in God, never waiver in faith, and make good use of the little time left and the Almighty God would help them come out with flying colours.
Mr Duah advised them to adhere to all the safety protocols to save them from contracting the virus.
“I encourage you all to hold your head’s high and know that God is in control of your future,” he sermonised.
The headmistress, Mrs Benedicta Foli received the items and thanked the Old Boys for their swift intervention.
She assured the Old Boys that the shields would be used as directed and it was her hope that all the students would pass their final examination to the glory of God.
Samuel Opare Lartey