The 1998-Year Group of St. Peter’s Senior High School (SHS) has commissioned a mechanised borehole for the School to provide potable water for the students and teachers.
The borehole, estimated at Gh¢18,000.00, is to held resolve the water scarcity problem the School faces.
At a short ceremony to commission the project, Mr Raymond A. Ekpale, the Group’s President, said members were planning to construct more boreholes at vantage points within the School to make potable water accessible to all.
He said the Group had also embarked on a tree planting exercise through which it had planted 400 coconut trees on the campus to promote afforestation.
He gave the assurance of the Group’s readiness to support the School to ensure that both students and teachers were comfortable for effective teaching and learning.
He said members had also planned to adopt the only orphanage in the District to ensure its welfare and development.
Mr Ekpale, therefore, called on other non-governmental organisations and philanthropists to partner the Group to provide support to its alma mater and the orphanage