Ghana’s petroleum downstream regulator, National Petroleum Authority (NPA), on Tuesday, joined pupils of the Dzorwulu Special School to celebrate Valentine’s Day, christened Chocolate Day, in the West African nation.

The CEO of NPA, Dr Mustapha Abdul-Hamid, Directors and officers were at the school to show love to the pupils and to put smiles on their faces.

As part of the celebration, the NPA boss, supported by his Directors, heads of the school and the pupils cut a special cake.

Thereafter, the NPA Chief Executive donated chocolates and boxes of pens to the school.

In his remarks, Dr Abdul-Hamid said that even though people were supposed to be showing love every day, the world has dedicated a special day to the show of love.

He said the NPA had always been with the school, which he described as a neighbour of the Authority.

He said, “Today’s visit is an additional visit in line with the spirit of Valentine’s Day. We are here to affirm our commitment to the welfare of the children and appreciate the hard work of the teachers and managers of the school.”

Dr Abdul-Hamid said the Authority intended to make the life of the children easier.

He said chocolates have become symbols of love, hence, the decision of the NPA to donate the same to the pupils.

He expressed the hope that the boxes of pens would improve teaching and learning in the school and impact the knowledge of the children.

In his response, the Headmaster of the Dzorwulu Special School, Mr. Fred Tetteh thanked the NPA for the continuous support and show of love to the pupils.





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