A statement from the 1990 Year Group said it was a project worth commending, and particularly important to the Old Ghanasco Students Association (OGA 90) because it provided a safe haven for the over 5,000 books that the Group donated earlier to the School.
The 90 Year Group, in 2015, gave to Ghanasco over 5,000 books, four footballs, free registration of over 2,000 students on the National Health Insurance Scheme, as well as refitted street lights from the main entrance to the Headmistresses Bungalow.
The statement said the renovation of the library was to reciprocate the enormous contribution the School had made to their wellbeing, adding that it would create an enabling environment for the students to learn.
It would also make access to information much easier for students and improve on the results of the School, it said.
“OGA 90 entreats all old students of the Great Ghanasco to contribute their widows’ mite to the development of the School,” the statement said.