By Jefferson D. Tweh
A D. Tweh Alumnus who resides in the United States of America, Mr. David Booker, has donated set of computers to the Administration of D. Twe Memorial High School over the weekend in the Borough of New Kru Town. It was done through the Alumni Association of the school. Mr. Booker said he deemed it necessary to donate the set of computers to the school administration to enable them manage and keep the records of students in the school. Mr. Booker, who graduated from the school in the 70s, said he will continue to extend his helping hand to the school.
Making the presentation to the school Principal, Mr. Alfred Nagbe, a member of the Alumni, Mr. Philip N. Wesseh congratulated Mr. Booker for his thoughtfulness to have donated the set of computers to the administration of D.Twe Memorial High School.
Mr. Weseh said it is always good for people to remember where they came from and called on others to follow the footsteps of Mr. Booker by making donation to the school because the school is making significant progress on the Island.
Also speaking, the Principal of D. Twe Memorial High School, Mr. Alfred Nagbe lauded Mr. Booker for the donation made to his institution and added that indeed those computers will be used for the intended purpose.
In a related development, Mr. Booker also made similar donations to the Redemption Hospital and the Trinity United Methodist Church in New Kru Town.