Shinefeel Ghana Limited, a plastic and waste recycling company in Asitsuare of the Greater Accra region has handed a Six-Unit classroom block to the Shai Osudoku Senior High Technical School, in fulfilment of the company’s corporate social responsibility towards the community in which it operates.
The school currently occupied portions of the defunct Asitsuare Sugar Factory temporary, a situation which has brought about the issue of smoke emission from the company leading to the temporal closure of the factory.
Students of the Shai Osudoku Senior High School about three weeks ago had complained of some infections as result the fume generated from the toiletries and tissue of the manufacturing company.
The company in the wake of the brouhaha has handed over the six-unit classroom block at the cost of 3 million Ghana Cedis to the school as a roadmap to relocating the entire school to its earmarked location.
The Corporate Affairs Director of Shinefeel Ghana Limited, John Awuku Dziwornu, speaking at the handing over ceremony at Asitsuare said the company is committed to improving infrastructure of the school and is open to useful suggestions in that regard. Mr. Dziwornu disclosed that the Company will also help to put a section of the old block in shape to create a congenial teaching and learning environment.
The Headmaster of the school, Jerome Courage Kojo Dei was grateful to the company for the gesture since it comes to alleviate the inadequate classroom challenges the school faces.
Mr. Dei however added that the school currently requires additional twelve classrooms to accommodate the entire school and implored government to complete stalled classroom projects for use.
He was also happy that the smoke emission issue between them and the company has been resolved.
By: Edward Tetteh