GTBank Refurbishes Ho Technical University Basic School ICT Lab

The Guaranteed Trust Bank Ghana Limited (GTBank) has given a fully furnished computer laboratory to the Ho Technical University Basic School to improve the teaching and learning of Information and Communication Technology (ICT).

The bank rebuilt the lab into a 62-workstation, with a full-function air-conditioner, as a feature of its corporate social obligation. It would likewise give a year of specialized servicing support.

Mrs. Agnes Owusu-Afram, the Divisional Head, Corporate Communication and Experience, said the school had won the help through a famous vote by clients of the Bank, which had re-directed its social obligation structure for effective local area support.

The Bank stood prestigious for its financial innovation developments and, hence, considered the ICT project key to empowering students to accomplish the necessary balance in digitalization in their early stages, she said.
“GTBank has gained local and international recognition for our unrivaled strength in innovation and technology. It is in line with this that we have chosen to support the basic education sector in ICT. We hope to continue to replicate this in other schools, nationwide,” she said.

“The entire world is connected through technology and we believe that by donating this facility, we are adequately helping to prepare our future leaders for what lies ahead of them.”

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Mrs. Owusu-Afram called out to the school to guarantee that this help reflects in its scholarly results and said all should assist with keeping up with the project.


The school was established in 1985 and has a current student populace of 806, who, until the Bank’s intercession, had shared five PCs.

Ms. Beatrice Kpor, the Head of the School, said the new facility would improve the mastering of computerized abilities, and draw in and hold savvy students to the school as ICT access was known to make educational foundations more favorable.

“We of HTU Basic School, therefore, count ourselves privileged to be the beneficiaries of this project, she said, aware that most students would have Internet-associated offices.

Professor Ben Honyenuga, the Vice-Chancellor of the University, complemented the Bank for contacting the less privileged areas outside its areas of activity.

He said the School Management had praised the help as “a heavenly struck of karma” and would assist with keeping the office.

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It welcomed the Bank to consider the University’s demeanor as a training-based organization and investigate different areas of cooperation.

The new ICT lab has full Internet access, a printer and projector, and cushioned seating for more helpful use.

Top administration individuals from the University and customary heads of the local area graced the event.

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