The Director of Edu Herbal Clinic in the Bolgatanga Municipality of Upper East Region, Amolaa Joseph Ayambila, has donated learning materials worth hundreds of Ghana cedis to some basic school pupils in the Ayuusi-Yine Primary School in the Kalbeo community and Adabase Junior High School in Bolgatanga Municipality.

Mr. Ayambila donated the educational materials to mark his birthday.

The Donated items include exercise books and pens.

The gesture, according to Mr. Amolaa is his personal contribution towards improving the standard of education in the municipality and the country at large.

Rather than depending solely on the government’s support, Mr. Amolaa called on individuals and other benevolent organizations to contribute in diverse ways for the enhancement of education in the Bolgatanga municipality.

Receiving the items on behalf of the pupils, the headmistress of the beneficiary schools, Rolanda Awariba and, Wayo Ajara thanked the director for the gesture.

Edu Herbal Clinic was established in Bolgatanga in 2018.

The Herbal facility over the period continues to offer excellent herbal services to people of the Upper East Region.|101.1MHZ|Aduko Cletus Akosah|Ghana



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