As part of its Corporate Social Responsibilities to the Gbane community in the Talensi District, where it undertakes its mining activities, Earl International Group (Ghana) Gold Limited has built an ultramodern basic school for the community.

The Gbane Community Basic School Complex, which construction began 3 years ago by the company, is a 12-unit 2-storey classroom block fully furnished with 300 mono-desks and state-of-the-art facilities.

At a ceremony yesterday to hand over the school to the District Education Directorate, CEO of Earl International Group Gold Ltd. Wei Xing said the company appreciates the importance of education to the development of the community and the district as a whole hence, its decision to put up the facility to create a safe and conducive environment for the nurturing of its future leaders.

“For us, children are always our future and hope. We therefore deeply understand the importance of education, especially for the next generation of our community. Thus, our decision to build this magnificent school block as part of our corporate social responsibility to the community and to create a safe, warm, and hopeful learning environment for the children,” Mr. Xing stated in a speech delivered on his behalf by the company’s General Manager, Shandong Zhang.

While urging the community to continue lending its support to the company, he assured that his outfit will undertake more of such projects in the future in line with its corporate social responsibilities.

“We firmly believe that as our company continues to grow and prosper, we will do our utmost best to undertake more social responsibilities and give back to the local community and Ghana government. We earnestly request your continued trust and support for the company”.

Upper East Regional Minister, Stephen Yakubu, who commissioned the school, commended the company for the kind gesture and encouraged it to do more for the development of the area.

On his part, the District Chief Executive for Talensi, Thomas Duanab Wuni tasked the education directorate to put the facility to good use and ensure higher learning outcomes.

Mr. Duanab Wuni also appealed to the company to see to the incorporation of Chinese Language into the school’s curriculum and support the professional development of teachers as well as provide meals and all other facilities that will enhance teaching and learning in the school.

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