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Regional News of Saturday, 28 December 2019


Kwesi Fante community receives 3-unit classroom block

The new school building has a headteacher The new school building has a headteacher

The Kwahu Afram Plains South District Assembly has constructed and handed over a 3-unit classroom block with ancillary facilities to the people of Kwesi Fante to promote quality education delivery.

The new school building has a headteacher’s office, staff common room and store room, and would also serve surrounding communities.

At a handing over ceremony in the community, Mr. George Ofori, the District Chief Executive (DCE), said the gesture would help create an enabling environment for effective teaching and learning.

He said it was the priority of the government to provide support to schools in deprived communities across the country through its educational intervention programmes.

The DCE stated, that every community that fell within the district’s jurisdiction would have its fair share of the government’s development projects.

He said the Assembly chose the Kwesi Fante community for the project because children travelled long distances to access quality education as there were no schools in area the area.

Mr Ofori said the Assembly had furnished the school with 60 dual desks while 5,000 mono and dual desks have been scheduled for presentation to public schools in the District.

He was hopeful that with the provision of the facilities to schools, it would go a long way to promote quality education delivery.

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