Samira Bawumia donates Library books to three schools in Tamale Hamza Lansah Lolly:


Her Excellency, the Second Lady of the Republic of Ghana, Mrs. Hajia Samira Bawumia has donated some Library books to three selected schools in the Tamale Metropolis.

The wife of the Vice President of the Republic handed the books to the proprietors of the schools at the Zogbeli Primary in a short ceremony.

The donation of the books forms part of Mrs. Bawumia’s benevolent organization, Samira Empowerment and Humanitarian Project to provide social services to deprived communities in the country especially in the area of the Women empowerment, education and health.

In a short address, the Second Lady, Mrs. Hajia Samira urged tutors of the schools to mentor the children to become very responsible people in future.









Mrs. Bawumia who read a story to the pupils advised them to read and make good use of books to propel them for better future.

She again advised the pupils to be discipline, study hard and become very important people in future.

One of the school heads of the beneficiary schools, Madam Henrietta Yaro, on behalf of her colleagues, commended the Second Lady for the support.

They promised to put the books to good use as they are needed to improve pupils’ reading skills.









The second Lady was accompanied by the Regional Minister, Hon Salifu Saeed, His Deputy Hon Solomon Boar, MCE for Sagnarigu Hon Iddrisu Mariam, NPP Tamale Central Women, Hajia Suraya and other formidable party Women.




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