Qatar Charity Commissions Hayaat SHS At Oyibi

As part of efforts to provide quality education and foster community development in the countries they operate, Qatar Charity, a humanitarian and development non-governmental organization has commissioned a Senior High School at Oyibi.

Known as Hayaat Senior High School it is expected that the School will benefit not only the people of Oyibi but surrounding communities as well.

The fully furnished School has a number of facilities including library, dormitory, canteen, office, Mosque among others to enhance smooth teaching and learning.

The commissioning of the school brought together dignitaries including Chiefs, opinion leaders, educators, parents, and students who witnessed the significant milestone of the School.

The Director of the School, Dr Nasiba Tahir Swala expressed the management’s commitment to pro­vide quality education that will inspire the younger generation to achieve their academic excellence.

She further expressed the school’s commitment in training future professionals who will be guided by good work ethics, upright consciousness and imbibing in them Islamic values of honesty and integrity to avoid corruption.

Hayaat Senior High School she said will empower students and shape their fu­tures and stand as a beacon of hope and progress for the people of Oyibi and its surrounding communities and Ghana at large.

Dr. Nasiba stated that plans are underway for the construction of a modern laboratory aimed at improving science education adding that the management of the school will provide a serene environment, especially for Muslim students to practice their faith without any hindrance as they encountered in other schools.

Dr Tahir also commended Qatar Charity for building the school to serve a basis for a future university.

The Ghana Country Director of Qatar Charity, Hassan Owda, said the foundation was commit­ted to education which is the basis of national development.

He expressed the hope that the school would provide the foundation “for a new crop of professionals with good atti­tudes, manners and ethical values as engineers, scientists, lawyers, doctors to lead in national devel­opment.”

Nana Donkor Manianor II, the Mankrado of Obosomasi, along with other tribal chiefs, who lent their support to the establishment of the School, emphasised the significance of community involvement in education.

He appealed to the authorities to attached Obosomasi to the school as an honour to the tradi­tional authorities who gave out the land for the school project.

Nana expressed concern about “lack of maintenance culture in the country” and urged the school authorities to keep and maintain the facility for genera­tions to come.

Source: Faisel Mustapha

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