Old student of AMASS donates furniture to alma mater

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Old student of AMASS donates furniture to alma mater

Assin Manso Senior High School (AMASS) recently received a significant boost to its infrastructure, thanks to the generous donation of furniture by one of its past students, Mr. Gabriel Yankey. The donation, valued at GH¢30,000.00, includes 50 mono desks and 52 dual desks, totalling 102 pieces of furniture.

Mr. Yankey, motivated by a desire to give back to his alma mater, saw the furniture deficit as an opportunity to contribute meaningfully to the school's development. In a statement, he emphasized the importance of taking care of the donated furniture to ensure its longevity, urging the school management to uphold its maintenance.

The Headmaster of AMASS, Mr. Eric Nyarkoh, expressed his gratitude for Mr. Yankey's thoughtful gesture. He emphasized the significance of alumni involvement in supporting the school's mission and encouraged other past students to contribute in any way they can to enhance teaching and learning facilities.

AMASS, situated in the Assin South District of the , serves a student population of 2,672. Established initially as the Assin Manso Training College during Dr. Kwame Nkrumah's regime in 1965, the school transitioned into a co-educational secondary institution in 1971 in line with government policy at the time. With Mr. Yankey's donation, AMASS is better equipped to provide a conducive learning environment for its students, furthering its commitment to academic excellence and holistic development.

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