REPORT ON SOUTH DAYI DISTRICT CELEBRATE 2023 DISTRICT EDUCATIONAL WORKERS/TEACHERS PRIZE (AWARD) DAY HELD AT PEKI COLLEGE OF EDUCATION
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Ghana By Bike (GBB) , a non –governmental organization (NGO) has donated Bicycles and educational materials to Peki Senior High Technical School (PESTECH) at PEKI in the South Dayi District of the Volta Region.
The Donation, which took place at the school premises On Saturday the 26th of June, 2021 at Peki Senior High Technical School (PESTECH) was part of the organization’s humanitarian activities aimed at encouraging pupils and parents in deprived communities to know the importance of education.
The donation comprised of bicycles and mathematical sets to selected brilliant but needy Day students of PESTECH and PESCO.
The items were donated by the NGO(Ghana By Bike) with support from their partners in Korea, France and Ghana.
This colourful initiative was through the Paramount Queen Mother of Peki Traditional Area Mamaga Amega Kofi Bra I.
Mamaga explained that Peki used to produce a lot of scholars in the past especially teachers where in every school there was a teacher from Peki. That glory is dwindling and there is the need to recapture that past glory by investing in the education of their children.
On the part of Deiga, he is ready to promote cycling in Peki Valley considering the enormous benefits it gives.
Present at the ceremony were; HRM Deiga Kwadwo Dei (XII) the Paramount Chief of Peki Traditional Area, Mamaga Amega Kofi Bra I , Paramount Queen Mother – Peki Traditional Areaa, Sub- Chiefs and Queen Mothers, Managements of the Schools, Opinion leaders, Gladiators from Accra and Students.
On her part, the District Director of Education South Dayi, admonished the receivers of the items to maintain them for a longer use and to achieve it intended purpose.
She also cautioned the students on the use of the road since “ every road user obeys road user obeys road regulations”.
Participants were entertained by PESTECH Cultural Troupe.