Madina Mormons Give Adjiriganor Basic School Facelift
Over two hundred members of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints, Madina Stake of Zion over the weekend painted the entire Adjiriganor Basic School building in Accra.
The church also cleaned the compound and the immediate environs of the school.
The gesture forms part of the annual All Africa Service Project of the church where in every August, a day is set aside to do a project in the communities of the Church’s members.
Speaking to journalists Samuel Enos Eghan, President of the Madina Stake stated that this is not the first time the church had carried out such an activity in the community.
He said over the years, the church among others has cleaned the Legon Hospital and painted the curbs of the road in the Madina Municipality.
Mr. Eghan however advised the government to consider non-custodial sentence for persons who flout sanitation laws in the country.
This, he said would serve as a deterrent to others and most especially send strong signals to all person to care for the environment.
Eric Adzanu, a teacher of the school speaking on behalf of the head teacher urged others institutions to assist the school children with books and school uniforms.
While stressing that the gesture by the church would give the school a facelift, he disclosed that the school’s compounded gets flooded anytime there is a downpour.