The chief of Hansua a suburb of Techiman municipality, Nana Apenten Fosu Gyeabour who doubles as Banimuhene of Techiman Traditional council together with the Bono East Regional Education Director Mrs. Effua A. D. Amuah on Wednesday, 26 May 2021 commissioned a 6-unit classroom block with ancillary facilities for Apenteng Fosu M.A Primary School at James Town.
The classroom block can boast of modern and standard 10-seater water closet (WC), kitchen, a teachers’ staff common room and offices among others.
According to him the infrastructure is part of government’s agenda to promote free and quality education in the country. He encouraged the people gathered to support government’s vision to educate every child of school going age.
The short ceremony but impressive ceremony was heavily attended by a representative from the Techiman Traditional Council, Nana Boakye Ameyaw, NifaHene of Techiman Traditional Council, Madam Effua A. D. Amuah, Regional Eduction Director Cecilia Amponsaa Appiah, Headmaster of Apenteng Fosu M/A Primiary School, Richard Asamoah, Secretary Techiman South NPP, among others.
Addressing the enthusiastic community ahead of the commissioning, Nana Apenten Fosu Gyeabour called on the teachers and guardians gathered to encourage and motivate students to make good use of these facilities given them.
He also pleaded with the teachers to observe proper maintenance culture to help sustain the project which will engender more projects to come to the Municipal. He use the opportunity to thank Nana Boakye Ameyaw Pentemprem and Omanhene of Techiman Traditional Oseadieyo Akumfi Ameyaw IV for their maximum support.
On her part, the Bono East Regional Education Director Mrs. Effua A. D. Amuah Described the gesture as great. Commended all who have contributed to the success of the school till date particularly Nana Apenteng Fosu Gyeabour II.
According to her, GES appreciate the contributions of Nana Apenten Fosu for the enormous support to schools.
“It’s a social enterprise and all need to be involve.”
She further advised parents to contribute their quota, though government are efforts are being made.
By: Joseph Owusu Yeboah/RadioLink/Radio