The presentation was in response to appeals from the Directorate, through the District Chief Executive, to enhance the effectiveness of the Directorate.
Mrs Azumah-Mensah, who is also the Member of Parliament for the area, also presented a Pick-up vehicle to the Agotime Senior High School, on behalf of government, to enhance teaching and learning.
In a short address, she noted that the two computers were not enough for the Education Directorate and that efforts were being made for more logistics for the District.
Mrs Azumah Mensah said she was also working to acquire a school bus for the Agotime Senior High School and a pick-up vehicle, to help the Education Directorate conduct monitoring and evaluation.
Mr George Guri, District Director of Education, who received the items, commended the MP for her regular support to the Directorate and education in the district in general.
“We know you have been using your common fund to renovate classrooms and pay school fees, we are grateful,” he said.
Mr Guri said the Directorate is currently housed in a rented premise and needed permanent offices urgently, to save the government from paying high rents.