The Director of Piwak Natural Health and Clinic Dr. Prince Nelson Mortoti has extended his kind supports to the Dalive-Torzikpota Basic School, in the South Tongu District of the Volta Region.
Dr. Prince Nelson Mortoti, as part of his efforts to promote education in his community has donated a cash amount of one thousand Ghana cedis (GH¢1,000.00) to the management of the school for procurement of educational materials/resources to furnish the school’s kindergarten (KG) blocks.
He made the donation during the commissioning ceremony of the 3-unit Kindergarten classroom block constructed by the Bright Star Vision Ghana, a United States based Non Governmental Organization led by Ms. Marla Ludwig-Abodakpi.
Aside the cash donation, Dr. Prince Nelson Mortoti was the initiator of the newly constructed Kindergarten classroom block for the Dalive-Torzikpota community.
Addressing the gathering at the commissioning ceremony, Dr. Mortoti said, it was his aim to see his community grow in the area of development, especially education and many more.
Narrating the genesis of the project, the Director of Piwak Natural Health and Clinic explained that, in 2005, he met the founder of YCC Ghana Mr. John Homadzi Glidden of the blessed memory, who introduced him to his organization pertaining to their visions across the country especially Volta Region, Sogakope precisely.
Dr. Mortoti said, he became a committed member and contributed massively to the growth of the organization. “As an NGO, we all know that, it is not profit making organization which. We mostly get our support from our international donors through Marla Louise Ludwig of Bright Star Vision Ghana.” He said.
He noted that, as, organization, they needed a proposal for projects across the Volta Region, Ghana. In view of this, he came home to his father Mr. Logodzovor Abraham and his brother the moderator of Ghana Mennonite Church who brief him on the challenges facing Dalive-Torzikpota Wortokor community.
According to him, water crises and poor education especially lack of kindergarten for the pupils were the major factors facing the community. Dr. Mortoti disclosed that, he was the one who worked on Dalive-Torzikpota kindergarten classroom project for the community between 2005 to 2007.
Since the project started in 2005, the Director of Bright Star Vision Ghana Ms. Marla Lugwig-Abodakpi left for the United States of America and come back to Ghana in 2011 where she met Mr. Charles Sewornu Abodakpi-Lugwig who took over the project as the supervisor until its successful completion.
Speaking at the ceremony, the District Chief Executive (DCE) for South Tongu District Assembly Honourable Seth Kwasi Agbi praised Dr. Prince Nelson Mortoti for his tremendous efforts as a native of the areas towards growth and development of South Tongu.
Meanwhile, the South Tongu District Director of Education, Evelyn Araba Zentey (Ms) has appealed to the youth to emulate Dr. Nelson Mortoti, who is desired and determined to develop his community.
Management of the school, parents and students are grateful to him for his support.
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