Former Wrestling Champion Kofi Kingston Builds ICT Centre in Ghana
- Former World Wrestling Entertainment champion Kofi Kingston has built an ICT centre in Ghana
- The Ghanaian-born American wrestler built the facility to help the youth of his hometown of Atwima Takyiman
- The Ghanaian-American defeated Daniel Bryan at WrestleMania 35 in 2019 to win his first wrestling title
Ghanaian-American wrestler, Kofi Kingston, has built a magnificent ICT library for the people of Atwima Takyiman in Ghana.
The 41-year-old, who was born in Ghana before he and his family emigrated to the US at a young age, is giving back to the community that raised him.
Kingston, the winner of WrestleMania 35, shared updates of the library dubbed as the CLICK for Quality Education Foundation on his social media pages.
The wrestler is excited by the progress of his first community-based ICT library and has revealed there is more works in the pipeline.
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"Some early construction photos of the CLICK centre from the summer of 2021! We’ve come a long way since!” the wrestler posted on Instagram.
Before the latest post, Kingston had stated he and his mum have been working to get the facility in best shape with ultra-modern ICT apparatus.
“I’m so excited to finally announce a project that my mom & I have been working on for some time. The CLICK for Quality Education Foundation will build top quality computer labs & library media centres for junior high schools across Ghana, particularly in underprivileged areas,” he tweeted.
“The acronym’CLICK’ stands for Computer Lab and Integrated Center of Knowledge. CLICK for Quality Education Foundation centres will offer training in computer literacy, media and information literacy (MIL), critical thinking, and creative problem-solving skills, while instilling a love of reading and research in students.
“The first CLICK Center is presently being built at the Atwima Takyiman Presbyterian Junior High School in the Kwadaso Municipality in the Ashanti Region. We have a lot in the works and we’ll be posting updates detailing the progress we’ve made.”
Kingston became a wrestling champion when he defeated Daniel Bryan at WrestleMania 35 in 2019.
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