Ministry of Education has granted Ghanaian Free SHS Ambassador Actor Rahim Banda a brand new Pick-Up donated by the Ghana Education Trust Fund.
This action by the Ministry is aimed the supporting the transportation needs of the young actor who has resourced some deprives schools with study materials through his ‘Back to School’ project.
The vehicle which was handed over to the actor today, 16th June, 2020 was received by Rahim Banda himself who was accompanied by his father and sisters.
After the donation, the actor said that because he was fully aware of the challenges of his Ambassadorial rule, he fully took up the responsibility regardless of the anticipated challenges.
”With everyday passing day and all the work I have done with the support of my team, it is gratifying enough to know that we have gained some recognition from the masses. Problems with transportation of our materials to remote areas became an issue for the team” he said.
He continued that they sought sponsorship from the ministry of education to provide assistance in the form of a vehicle to transport educational materials to their beneficiaries of which the ministry has accomplished.
Rahim Banda and his team expressed profound appreciation to the Minister of Education and the entire ministry for their cooperation. He was also grateful to the Creative Arts industry and Media associates who have been supporting his ‘Back to School Project’ especially Ghanaian Journalist and Blogger Attractive Mustapha Nii Okai Inusah for publishing every event he attends.
“We have donated close to two hundred thousand books (200,000) to schools within deprived areas and some schools in numerous Zongo communities. We see this gesture as a motivation and an opportunity to do more”, Rahim Banda added.