AJUMAKO: Gov’t yearns to relieve infrastructure deficit in SHSs
|Peter Light Koomson (DCE)|| |
The District Chief Executive for Ajumako Enyan Essiam District Assembly in the Central Region, Peter Light Koomson, has emphasized that government is much concerned to solving the infrastructure deficit faced by most Senior High Schools in the area.
He noted that some schools were still struggling with infrastructure problems after the four-year education policy which was proposed and implemented by the erstwhile NPP administration.
The DCE who made this known at the Assembly’s sitting noted that, government with finance from the Ghana Education Trust fund (GETfund) has developed plans and strategies to construct new dormitories and classrooms as part of efforts to rescue the situation.
He revealed that works were far advanced on the construction of a 2-storey Boys’ dormitory block for the Mando Senior High School.
"In addition this, the completion of a 6-unit classroom block for students will assist in improving teaching and learning in the school", the DCE stressed.
Meanwhile, Enyan Denkyira Senior High School was also not left out in this move by the Assembly as the school has benefited from a new Boys’ dormitory block to ease the accomodation challenges in the school .
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