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The World Bank Ghana has donated 15 laptops each to the School of Business and the Sam Jonah Library at a short ceremony in Accra. The donation was in response to an appeal made by the School and the Sam Jonah Library for laptops to enhance teaching and learning.

At the presentation ceremony, the Senior Country Operations Officer of the Bank, Dr. Beatrix Allah-Mensah, said the donation was to encourage teaching and learning of Information and Communication Technology (ICT). She added that the gesture formed part of the Bank's Corporate Social Responsibility.

The staff of the Cape Coast Technical University (CCTU) have procured an electronic wheelchair for a level three hundred [300] student, Paul Biney to make his movement on campus easier.

According to Paul Biney, he used to crawl to lectures since his manual wheel chair needed to be pushed by friends due to the topography of the school, making his movement difficult.

A suspected arsonist who set fire to the T I Ahmadiyya Senior High School at Fomena in Ashanti Region has been arrested and handed-over to the police after she was caught red handed by some students.

The suspect, a first year student of the school, in initial interrogations claimed she gets possessed by a spirit which compelled her to set fire to her school building. It is the third successive fire outbreak in the school. The current incident has grounded efforts by the school already recovering from previous fires.

In an exclusive interview with ATL FM News, Headmaster of the School Ayuub Abdullah describing the extent of devastation said dormitories have been affected and currently some students whose rooms were severely arrested are temporarily being housed at the dining hall of the school.

The Central Regional Office of Environmental Health says it is developing a league table that will show performance of various district assemblies in the region in terms of their sanitation management.

The assessment which will be held quarterly aims at encouraging various district assemblies to work harder at improving sanitation in the region.

The Acting Regional Environmental Health Officer, Paul Nutsugah tells ATL FM News his office is yet to determine the rewards and punishments for the ranking.