The High Commissioner of St Kitts and Nevis to the United Kingdom, Kevin Isaac, on Monday donated a set of advanced generation laptops to the students of the Clarence Fitzroy Bryant College.
It is to be stated that the entire handover ceremony of donating laptops to students took place at the Office of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs on Monday, May 22, 2023.
Considerably, the High Commissioner of St Kitts and Nevis to the UK was accompanied by Special Representative Gurdip Dev Bath and other government officials of St Kitts and Nevis.
Following the ceremony, Dr Isaac extended his heartfelt gratitude and thanked Gurdip Bath for playing a significant role in donating the laptops to the students of CFBC College. High Commissioner Isaac noted that “His continued support is appreciated wholeheartedly.”
At the same time, the official team of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of St Kitts and Nevis also thanked High Commissioner Isaac for donating laptops to students.
The students and staff members of Clarence Fitzroy Bryant College have also expressed gratitude to High Commissioner Kevin Isaac, Special Representative Dev Bath and other government officials of the Twin-Island Federation who were part of this.
Notably, the students and staff members of CFBC have also assured that the donation of laptops will play a significant role in accelerating educational prospects.
Several reports have also mentioned that High Commissioner Kevin Isaac has pledged to provide continued support to the educational policies and reforms by St Kitts and Nevis for the betterment of students by donating computers.
High Commissioner Isaac made this promise on April 24, during the 3rd edition of St Kitts and Nevis Diplomatic Week, that he will be going to work in tandem with the government of the United Kingdom to help students of St Kitts and Nevis have access to the equipment required for their education.
It is also to be mentioned that donating laptops to students is seen as the most kind and helping gesture. Laptops donated by High Commissioner Kevin Isaac will not only make education learning easy for students. Still, they will also provide them with a push so that they can have access to better and more extensive education.
Moreover, donating laptops to students also shows the country’s commitment towards uplifting the nation’s education sector.
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