GTBank Commissions ICT Facility For Anunmle Cluster Of Schools

GTBank Commissions ICT Facility For Anunmle Cluster Of Schools.

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The Guaranty Trust Bank Ghana Limited has Commissioned ICT Facility For Anunmle Cluster Of Schools.

Today being Friday, 24th January 2020 at exactly 10:00am was when the programme started as GTBank commissioned the ICT facility for Anunmle Cluster of Schools.

According to GTBank, “The GTBank invites its customers to join them during the commissioning programme if you are within the Achimota area to collectively invest in the lives of tomorrow’s leaders.”

“We recently announced our bold programme to refurbish and equip ICT facilities in basic schools located in vulnerable communities across the country.”

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“We are delighted to announce that our first project, situated on the campus of the Anunmle Cluster of schools, is ready to go live.”

The Cluster has 4 schools with a student population of 1,300. Prior to the Bank’s intervention, the Cluster had a dilapidated computer lab with only 5 desktop computers serving the entire pupil population.

The before and after of the building as improvement made by GTBank.

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GTBank Commissions ICT Facility For Anunmle Cluster Of Schools

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The facility has been completely refurbished and equipped with work stations to aid in effective teaching and learning and to empower the pupils for a digital future.

Not only this, but GTBank is looking forward to creating more impact in the months and years to come and seeking people to bank with them to enable them continue this projects during the commissioning programme.

GTBank…wouldn’t you rather bank with them?

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