Over 65 school children in Bamenda received didactic materials made up of books, pencils, rulers, erasers and other items from the management of the media organ.
The kids were drawn from Ntarikon, Mile 8 Mankon, Metta Quarters and old town.
Beside assisting pupils, the organizers also handed over four (4) realms of cardboard papers and books to people living with visual impairments.
The package was received on behalf of the disabled by representatives of the coordinating unit of the association of persons living with disabilities.
Beneficiaries of the gesture from The Observer237, did not hide their feelings as many expressed joy receiving the school materials.
According to the Promoter of the initiative, CEO of The Observer237, Ndi Tsembom Elvis, the objective was to ensure that the kids pick up the neccesary competences by going to school.
The initiative, it should be noted started with a back to school sensitisation campaign that lasted for two weeks online and offline.
Responding to Journalists on the feedback from the campaign, Ndi Tsembom Elvis was categoric.
“The school going in the region this year has greatly improved as compared to last year, parents are now more cautious of the fact that despite the situation in the region, school boycott is not an option” he said, adding that;
“Even our brothers who are seperatist fighters now understand the message and importance of children going back to school.”
He ended with a strong announcement.
“Thank you very much and we have taken a firm commitment to do this every year.”
The Observer237 it should be noted is an online media organ.