Onyinafunso Community gets 3-unit classroom block
As part of the government's effort in ensuring infrastructural development, the West Akim Municipal Assembly has handed over a 3-unit classroom block to the Onyinafunso community.

Date Created : 1/12/2022 12:00:00 AM : Story Author : ISD/

The edifice was funded through the District Assembly Common Fund (DACF) and the Responsive Factor Grant (RFG) at an estimated cost of GHC502, 000.

Handing over the edifice (Onyinafunso M/A Primary School) to the community, the Municipal Chief Executive, Mr. Seth Oduro Boadu, said education was one of the priority areas of the government and for that matter very salient to ensuring that no community in Ghana was deprived of educational facilities.

At the short ceremony, the MCE charged the community and school authorities to be adherents to maintenance culture of the edifice.

He said the Member of Parliament, Charles Acheampong was lobbying to extend electricity to the community, adding that, in no time the inhabitants of Onyinafunso would be enjoying electricity.

The Municipal Director of Education, Mrs. Eunice Amfo-Akonnor expressed gratitude to the municipal assembly for the gesture. She said though her outfit needed a 6-unit classroom block for the community, yet, she was joyful, and hopeful that at least the 3-unit was better than none.

The education director expressed joy over what she described as the 3-unit classroom block comprising modern facilities, adding that the authorities should inculcate maintenance culture to prolong its span.

The Assembly Member for the area, Mr. Ntow expressed joy over the gesture and appealed to the inhabitants of the Onyinafunso community to rally support for the government in its development effort.

The Municipal Engineer Matthias Eduah, in his welcome address said that the facility was supposed to be constructed within 6 months but was completed within 3 months.

According to him that showed prudence in the contractual administration of the Contractor, Sterling FB Construction Limited.

The edifice comprised a library, office; store, a 6-unit KVIP toilet facility, and a 2-unit urinal block.In attendance were the Municipal Coordinating Director in the person of Mr. Paul Mac Ofori, some heads of department, unit, pupils, teachers, and inhabitants of the community.