Four Tsumkwe schools receive new desks and chairs from Ohangwena factory
A fast growing furniture factory at Onamutanda in Ohangwena last week donated school furniture worth more than N$180,000 to four schools in Tsumkwe.
Centre of Manufacturing factory manager, Lukas Nguuhange, send his trucks on an almost 500 kilometre journey from Onamutanda near the Angolan border to Tsumkwe near the Botswana border, to take care personally of the very valuable delivery. The donated school desks and chairs were all made by Centre of Manufacturing.
Last week, the Minister of Higher Education, Training and Innovation, Hon Dr Itah Kandjii-Murangi, received the 460 desks and chairs at the four Tsumkwe schools.
The beneficiary schools comprise Rooi Dag, Grass Hoek and Kanovlei Primary, and Gam Combined School.
The principals thanked Centre of Manufacturing and Nghuuhange on behalf of the learners and the communities, giving the undertaking that they will take proper care of the furniture.
Pictured are Hon Dr Itah Kandjii-Murangi (centre), the Minister of Higher Education, Training and Innovation, Mr Lukas Nguuhange (left), the factory manager at Centre of Manufacturing and the principal of Grass Hoek Primary, when the schools new furniture was delivered.