More News News Politics Reviews Petroleum Commission Donates To Wa School Of Hearing Impairment By admin Posted on December 17, 2019 4 min read 0 0 219 Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Google+ Share on Reddit Share on Pinterest Share on Linkedin Share on Tumblr The Management and Staff of the Petroleum Commission (PC) has donated some items worth thousands of Ghana cedis to support The Wa School of Hearing Impairment. The items include: Canon IR Copier, Canon Copies Stand DADF – ABI, UP SVS 20 – 22 4600 VA, Canon Toner C – EXV 33 BK, Complete Water Closet Set (X 2), Pedrollo Water Pump, Sintex Tank SLT – 40(4,000 Liters). Presenting the items, to the Headmaster of the School at the premises of the Petroleum Commission in Accra yesterday, Chief Executive Officer (CEO), Egbert Faibille disclosed that the commission decided to donate to the school to help make life comfortable for both students and teachers. According to him, staff and management of the commission realized the difficulties and the challenges the school faced when they travelled around the country and decided to save some money from their allowances to assist them. “On realizing the challenges I suggested to the management staff to try and set some money from their allowances aside and put them into a fund to purchase the needed items for the needy schools and they agreed. “My gratitude to my management team for accepting my proposition. It is from this fund thus Petroleum Commission Management Charity Fund, that we have been able to do this for our brothers and sisters”, he explained further. Prior to that, the commission has also donated ninety dual desk to two schools in the Western Region specifically Trako L.A School and Half-assin Catholic School. According to him, this would go a long way to help them get the comfort they need to study. He added that there is more to come, saying “now we are looking at Dzorwulu Special School which is close to us, to put smile on their face by the end the year. The Head Master of WA School for Hearing Impairment, Sylvester Bayor who received the items on behalf of the school commended the commission for their kind gesture and called on other institutions, religious bodies, corporate organizations and individuals to come to their aid. He promised that he would ensure that the items are used for the purpose for which they were donated.