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Catching up with new students in Ghana

As we begin the 2017/18 school academic in year in Ghana this September, there have been new admissions at the various schools and ICCES across the country and we were happy to catch-up with some of the ‘freshers’ ( first year students) at the computer laboratories set up by The Turing Trust.

Their zeal and enthusiasm at the computer laboratory was very encouraging. These are some comments from some of them;

“My name is Francisca Boatemaa, a first year student offering Fashion and Design. I am so glad to be here to use the computers for the first time; l didn’t get the opportunity to use one at my Junior High School because we didn’t have any computers there. But with this well-resourced, beautiful computer laboratory, I will make the best use of it to become a professional fashion designer.”

Building draughtmanship at Tetrefu ICCES

“I am called Loyal Lumor, a first year Building Draughtsmanship student. I am very happy to be part of your wonderful support here. With these computers, l believe l can work faster and easier at my department because there are much new software that will make it easy when am designing and building. Thank you very much.”