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TWIFO:Bukuruso to get new classroom.

Classroom block  

Government’s policy to ensure quality education in every part of the country is seeing the light of day, as Bukuruso Electoral Area in the Twifo-Hemang- Lower Denkyira District of the Central Region has benefited from a 6-unit classroom block.

This forms part of efforts to provide permanent accommodation for the pupil of Bukuruso District Assembly School who are currently occupying a community center located in the area due to the lack of infrastructure.

In an interview with Ghanadistricts.com the assemblyman for the area Ayensu Baidoo Jonathan disclosed that the on-going project, financed through the Districts Assembly’s Common Fund is currently at the lentil level, adding that works on the said project has been scheduled for completion before April this year.

Mr. Baidoo further revealed that the assembly has also completed another 6- unit classroom block at Nyarmeyeadom, a community within the Electoral Area.  He said the move was aimed to assist migrate students of the Nyarmeyeadom District Assembly School to a permanent place to enhance teaching and learning in the area.

He noted that the classroom which was completed on schedule in March 2011 is yet to be commissioned even though students are still occupying a dilapidated church premise.  He called on the assembly to speed up arrangements to ensure it use.

Touching on education the assemblyman revealed that the assembly has employed mechanisms such as adequate monitoring, extra classes among others to curb the poor results of the students during the Basic Education Certificate Examination.

He finally urged students in the beneficiary communities to take advantage of the current developments to elevate the standard of education to preferred level.

Emmanuel Frimpong Mensah/ Ghanadistricts.com

Posted: 17-Jan
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