Inauguration of KCFC Reading Club at A.M.E Zion Basic School, Ho

Kikis Court Fan Club (KCFC) on Wednesday 6th December, 2023 inaugurated a 28-member KCFC Reading Club at the A.M.E. Zion Basic School in Ho, the Volta Regional Capital of Ghana

The inauguration, which was led by the KCFC Reading Clubs Coordinator Mr. Courage Donkor, forms part of KCFC's drive to promote education in Ghana through reading, comprehension and writing.

The addition of this reading club brings the number of KCFC Reading Clubs to five (5). The other four are:

  1. Likpe Abrani RC Basic School- 20 readers
  2. Vakpo E.P. Primary – 30 readers
  3. Vakpo R.C. Primary – 16 readers
  4. Vakpo Todzi D/A Basic School – 57 readers

In addressing the management, staff, and student body of the A.M.E. Zion Basic School, Mr. Courage Donkor stressed on the need for reading comprehension in order to progress in formal education because “if you cannot read, if you cannot understand what you have read, it will be next to impossible for you to pass your exams and progress”.

He continued that it is for this reason that the Kikis Court Fan Club (KCFC) (registered as KCFC Foundation) have chosen to focus on investing time, energy, and resources into working with managers of basic schools across the country to improve on the reading abilities of our future generation. He thanked the Headmaster and staff of the school for accepting to have a KCFC Reading Club established in their school and promised the Foundations continuous support to the school in this regard.

The Headmaster on his part thanked KCFC for the reading clubs initiative and for agreeing to have his school participate in this project. He reiterated the need for civil society, organized groups such as KCFC as well as benevolent individuals to support the effort of government to promote quality and equitable education for all regardless of where they are located.

The learners who took turns to ask questions were excited at the prospect of being part of the KCFC Reading Club, first to improve on their reading and comprehension skills and also to participate in all the other excited associated activities that the reading club brings.

As part of the inauguration, the Ho Sector of KCFC, took the opportunity to speak to the adolescent girls on menstrual hygiene and the need to observe proper menstrual care during that time of the month. The Sector donated sanitary pads to all JHS girls present at the inauguration with each girl taken home Two (2) packs of the pads.

The President of the Sector, Mr. Frank Senyo Attipoe promised the young girls of the school that his Sector of KCFC will continue to support them so coming to school does not become a problem because of menstruation.

Kikis Court Fan Club (KCFC) is a non-religious, apolitical, and non-tribal community of adults above the age of 18yrs and of sound mind with a passion to be Change Networkers. It is an indigenous Ghanaian initiative, started from Hohoe in the Volta region of Ghana but with a global outlook which is focused primarily on supporting and promoting education from the basic to the tertiary level through various interventions.

Membership of the Club is opened to all adults (per the constitution of the Republic of Ghana) of sound mind, living anywhere on the face of the earth. Membership centers around your willingness to be a Change Networker who is ready to commit resources and time to community work even as you grow your personal network.

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