Narrow-Lite International Company Limited will progressively develop a programme to adapt information and communication technology (ICT) programme for the students at Kumasi Children’s Home.
Speaking to Akoma FM news in an interview, The Chief Executive Officer of Narrow-Lite International Company Mr. Kwame Adomako Samuel said technology is a major driver of development in the world and for Ghana to fully attain it’s digitalisation agenda, a lot of efforts should be made in ensuring practical technology education.
To ensure a digitalised economy, it is important that everybody in the nation will have a feel of what ICT is about to enhance their knowledge and further advance Ghana’s technology agenda.
“ICT Education is a key priority and we are focused on giving you access to the cutting edge tools you need to excel.
“With digital skills, I can assure you will never lack jobs in the world,” He emphasized;
He made this known when donated some food items to the Kumasi Children’s Home.
The Principal Director of Kumasi Children’s Home, Madam Mabel Amponsah thanked the organisation for the kind gesture.
She then appealed to NGO’s and other institutions to come to the aid the home.