Kwamang, June 4, 2024 — In a significant step towards enhancing educational infrastructure, the Municipal Chief Executive (MCE) for Bekwai Municipal Assembly, Hon. Kwaku Kyei Baffour, commissioned a new classroom block for Kwamang Junior High School (JHS). The brief yet momentous ceremony took place on the school premises, marking a milestone in the government's ongoing efforts to promote free and quality education across the nation.

In his address, Hon. Kwaku Kyei Baffour emphasized that the newly constructed 3-unit classroom block aligns with the government's agenda to improve educational facilities and support the Free Senior High School (FSHS) policy. He urged the community to back the government's vision, ensuring that every child of school-going age receives a proper education. The MCE also called on the school authorities to maintain the new building diligently, noting that periodic inspections will be conducted to ensure its upkeep.

Reaffirming his commitment to the constituents, the MCE assured that the municipality would continue to equip schools with necessary facilities to foster a conducive learning environment. He mentioned ongoing construction projects in other schools and the refurbishment of existing facilities, aiming to elevate the overall educational standards in the municipality.

The Deputy Director of Education in Bekwai Municipal, Mr Francis Nsafoah, echoed similar sentiments, encouraging teachers and guardians to motivate students to utilize the new facilities effectively. He stressed the importance of a proper maintenance culture among the teachers to sustain the project and attract more developmental initiatives to the municipality. Mr Nsafoah expressed his gratitude to the Assembly, the MCE, and the government for their unwavering support for the education sector, particularly in Bekwai Municipality.

The handing over ceremony witnessed the presence of notable dignitaries, including the Parliamentary Candidate for Bekwai Constituency, Lawyer Ralph Poku-Adusei; former Assembly Member for Kwamang Abesewa Electoral Area, Hon. Maxwell Bioh; political party executives; staff of Bekwai Municipal Assembly; and the Chief and elders of Abesewa community.

In a brief remark, the Chief of Abesewa, Nana Kwantwi Berimma II, expressed profound gratitude to the government and the Bekwai Municipal Assembly for their generous contribution to the community's educational infrastructure.

This commissioning marks a promising step towards fulfilling the government's vision of accessible and quality education for all children in the Bekwai Municipality and beyond.

MCE and dignitaries cutting the ribbon to commission the new classroom block at Kwamang JHS.


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