Citi FM’s Umaru Sanda Amadu has donated Twenty computers to two schools in his home district of Shai Osudoku in the Greater Accra Region.
The beneficiary schools include his alma mater, Asutsuare Junction D/A Basic School and New Jerusalem Basic School.
The Host of Eyewitness News on Citi FM, made the donation with support from the Afrinspire group.
“With the support of my friends Gabriella Braddell Dawson, Keno Mario and the Afrinspire team, I donated 20 Personal Computers and accessories to my alma mater (Asutsuare Junction D/A Basic School) and the school in the neigbhouring village of New Jerusalem,” he posted on Facebook.
“New Jerusalem Basic School is the place my big sisters attempted to self-enroll as children before my dad who at the time didn’t believe in western education drove them back home to go herd cattle.
“I am very proud that today, my junior brothers and sisters in the two schools have a far better opportunity than me to excel and they promised me- in the presence of their teachers and the PTA executives gathered that they will make us proud,” according to Umaru Sanda.
Umaru Sanda completed the Asutsuare Junction D/A Basic School in 2003, before proceeding to the Tema Secondary School on a scholarship from the District.
He then proceeded to the Ghana Institute of Journalism where he obtained a Bachelor’s Degree in Communication Studies.
He has been working with one of Ghana’s leading radio stations, Citi FM, since 2010.