Capital Bank Sales Officer Mmapula Karondo last week said the bank is committed to playing its part in helping improve the standard of education in the country.
Speaking at a hand over ceremony of two computers and a photo copying machine to Jon Nswazwi CJSS in Marapong Karondo said: “The students are the future of this country and we are just phone call away”.
The equipment was sourced from the bank by the school’s patron attorney Daniel Swabi.
Motivational speaker and life coach, Oaitse Joseph Mathiba who also attended the event urged John Nswazwi students to show their appreciation by excelling in their school work.
“Swabi has a passion for this school and the best way you can return that love and thank him and Capital Bank is by doing well in your studies. You can be as successful as your patron. This way you will not only help those in Marapong but people in other parts of the country as well”, Mathiba implored the students.
For his part, John Nswazwi school head Kenias Thabo Lowani expressed gratitude at the Capital Bank gesture saying the equipment especially the photo copier could not have come at a better time.
“We have had to reduce our tests because we had a problem with printing test papers as we had to go to Francistown for that. At times we were forced to photo copy paper in places like Tsamaya. Now we have our own copier and can do the test as often as we want”, an ecstatic Lowani said.
Other speakers at the event, amongst them, Kgosi Bakani Mampori also thanked Capital Bank and called on other business houses to come to the school’s aid so as to help improve performance by both students and teachers.