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Radio personality Isaacs has been living in the United States since 1979 but has never lost touch with his Jamaican roots. The humble Manchester native, who visits the island frequently, last year went to the school where he received his early childhood education, Pratville Primary and Infant School. There principal Lanzeford Howell expressed a desire for him to offer some assistance to the school.
The discussion resulted in him donating several laptops and projectors a few months later. Isaacs also paid for high-speed Internet at the school.
Earlier this year, Isaacs was told by the principal that the school is badly in need of proper bathroom facilities. "Students and teachers have had to use pit latrines since the school was constructed in 1970. The school has over 330 students and over a dozen teachers and supporting staff members. It needs have proper bathroom facilities," said Isaacs, the host of the Live Sundays show that airs 6-9 p.m. every Sunday on www.freeupradio.com and www.rhythm365.com. "The principal has tried to have the problem remedied by bringing the matter to the attention of the relevant authorities. Unfortunately, that hasn't worked. So now it's up to myself and other past students, and anyone else who wants to help, to make sure that this problem is solved."