By Buba Gagigo
St. Peter’s Technical Junior and Senior Secondary School received from its ex-students (Class of 98) two Desktops and a Laptop worth over D100, 000.
The members of “Class of 98” presented the items at the school ground in Lamin today (Friday); and attended by the school Management, Students and the Ministry of Basic and Secondary Education.
“A few months ago this group of St Peter’s Class of 98 donated a giant printer. It cost over D100, 000. And today, we are very happy to report that the printer is beING properly utilized. Now today, with utmost humility and high sense of pride, we present to our school three computers worth over D120, 000 to help with the administrative tasks. We are hopeful that this will go a long way in helping the school to execute the task of the administration,” the Vice president of Class of 98, Madeline Badji said.
Chairman of the Board of Governors of the School, Bernard J. Manneh thanked the donors for the gesture.
“Class of 98, on behalf of the Board of Governors at St. Peter’s, I thank you all. Thank you all for what you have done for the school, and you continue doing for the school,” he said.
Daniel Osuoha, Head-boy of St Peter’s High senior thanked the donors for the gesture.
“It has been 24-years, since you all graduated from this school and you have not forgotten your alma mater. Keep coming back regularly to present the much needed equipment. For this, I would like to say a big thanks to you all,” he said.
The class previously donated a multipurpose printer also worth over D100, 000 in 2020.
St Peter’s Technical Junior and Senior Secondary School located in Lamin, was established in 1975.
The school caters for both male and female students, providing education and training from Grade 7 through to Grade 12.
The school prepares students for the Gambia Basic Education Certificate Examination (GBECE) and West African Senior Secondary Certificate Examination (WASSCE); as the secular educational needs of its students.