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A1 Radio’s Moses Apiah honored for report that helped solve water crisis at Our Lady of Lourdes Girls’ SHS

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The Executive Producer of the DayBreak Upper East Show, a flagship program on A1 Radio, Moses Apiah, has been recognized and applauded by the Board of Governors, school management, Parents-Teachers Association (PTA), staff members, and students of Our Lady of Lourdes Girls’ Senior High School in the Kassena-Nankana Municipality.

In a letter of appreciation, Mr. Apiah’s instrumental role in addressing the water situation at the school was recognised.

It could be recalled that months ago, Mr. Apiah brought to light the dire circumstances faced by the school and its students, shedding light on the significant challenges posed by the lack of adequate water infrastructure. The recurrent water shortages had disrupted the daily lives of both students and staff, impacting fundamental aspects of student well-being, including personal hygiene routines.

The gravity of the situation captured the attention of the AquaBolg Foundation, a non-profit organization committed to addressing water-related challenges in communities. Responding swiftly to the plea, the foundation generously donated a PolyTank to Our Lady of Lourdes Girls’ SHS, effectively addressing the water storage needs of the school.

The management of the school, under the leadership of the Headmistress Mary Amana Akampoi, expressed their gratitude to Moses Apiah for his pivotal role in bringing attention to their plight. In a heartfelt letter of appreciation, the school management highlighted Mr. Apiah’s commitment to journalism that serves the greater good of society.

“We extend our sincere appreciation to Moses Apiah for his unwavering commitment to journalistic integrity and his humanitarian efforts in bringing attention to our water crisis. His advocacy has not only raised awareness but has directly resulted in tangible assistance through the generous donation from the AquaBolg Foundation,” stated Mary Amana Akampoi, the Headmistress of Our Lady of Lourdes Girls’ SHS.

Appreciating the kind gesture, Mr. Apiah indicated that the letter of appreciation served as a testament to the impact that responsible journalism can have in mobilizing support and resources for communities in need.

He, however, assured that he will continue to highlight stories of human needs, adding that the collaborative efforts between the media, charitable organizations, and local communities showcase the power of unity in addressing pressing issues and fostering positive change.

Source: A1radioonline.com|101.1MHz|Moses Apiah|Ghana

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