An indigene of Asamankese, Mr. Owen Frimpong, popularly known as Darling Boy has donated mathematical sets to the about 2,200 students of Asamakese Secondary School (ASASCO) who are writing the WASSCE this year.
Mr. Frimpong, who is also the CEO of Bridavis Shipping Company and the President of Darling Boy Fan Club in Asamankese said he deemed it as a duty to extend the gesture to the students.
Speaking to the media after the presentation, he posited that, “as an indigene of the town, though not an alumnus of the school, I found it necessary to provide such assistance.”
He used the opportunity to speak about his fun club which has been established to pursue a developmental goal in Asamankese and the constituency as whole with ASASCO being one of the beneficiaries.
Together with his team, the Math sets were presented to the students who were advised to take their studies seriously and come out with flying colours.
The Girls’ Prefect, on behalf of the students, thanked Mr Owen Frimpong and his team for the gesture.
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