St Theresa’s of the Child Jesus Society commissions 20-seater ultra modern toilet facility to Seminary

20-seater ultra modern toilet facility
20-seater ultra modern toilet facility

The St Theresa of the Child Jesus Society has handed over a 20-seater toilet facility to St Theresa’s Minor Seminary at Amissano in Komenda-Edina-Eguafo-Abrem(KEEA) Municipality.

The donation is part of the Society’s Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) activities towards the developmental agenda of the seminary.

The ultra-modern facility valued at Thirty Thousand Ghana Cedis (GHS 30.000.00) is fitted with capacity water reservoir , a well, a bio digester, and septic tanks.

The Facility was fully funded by the Society with donation and support from members, executives and Patron’s.

St Theresa’s Minor Seminary at Amissano
St Theresa’s Minor Seminary at Amissano

Opanyin Dr Augusta Adjei Frimpong, Archdiocesan Council President of the Society in Cape Coast said the her regime came into realization that aside their benevolent assistance and contribution towards the wellbeing of the Seminary there was not a single infrastructural project to boost off.

Hence the need to assist the seminary with the toilet facility to ease pressure and improve their living at the school.

She underscored the need for cleanliness and entreated the Seminary to make good use of the facility for the betterment of all.

Opanyin Dr Adjei Frimpong noted that the facility was to improve personal hygiene and sanitation in the seminary, adding that the Society believed that a healthy and clean nation was needed for the success of its businesses hence their resolve to contribute to it.

The Society donated bags of rice and an undisclosed amount of money to the school to support and assist the day to day running.

St Theresa’s Minor Seminary at Amissano
St Theresa’s Minor Seminary at Amissano

Revered Father Benjamin Agyemang Duah, a representative at the St Theresa’s Minor Seminary who received the presentation called on benevolent, institutions to come to the aid of the school as it needed basic amenities to improve their day to day activities.

He said that the Seminary was currently planting crops for their consumption but appealed to Government to assist with an irrigation machine to improve growth of the crops.

Revered Father Duah pledged to maintain the facilities and appealed for other amenities from the Society and stakeholders.

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