In preparation ahead of the upcoming West African Senior School Certificate Examination (WASSCE) a loads of mathematical sets have been donated by an citizen of Asamankese, Mr. Owen Frimpong popularly known as Darling Boy to about thousand two hundred (1200) students of the Asamankese Senior High School (ASASCO) who will participating in this years’ WASSCE examinations.
Addressing journalists at the ceremony, Mr. Frimpong who doubles as the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) Bridavis Shipping Company and the President of Darling Boy Fun Club in Asamankese described WASSCE examination as a second stepping stone and as well an important part of grooming in the educational journey in life.
According to him, being true citizen of Asamankese, his interest over the years is to make sure students are motivated before taking the WASSCE exams, to enable them come out with flying colour .
The WASSCE examination is at hand and we know the importance of WASSCE exams to our community, to our district. It is a second stepping stone to any further education any individual will have be it to the tertiary level, be it to the university, to become a master’s holder. it is the biggest stepping stone,” he recounted.
Mr. Frimpong posits the need as indigene of the town though not an alma mater of the school, to provide such assistance.
He spoke about his fun club which has been established to pursue a developmental goal in Asamankese and the constituency as whole with ASASCO been one of the beneficiaries.
Together with his team, the mathematical sets were presented to the students who were advised to take their studies serious and come out with flying colours.
The girls’ prefect of great ASASCO on behalf of the students thanked and blessed Mr. Owen Frimpong and his team for the gesture.