Stakeholders asked to contribute towards education improvement

The Asikuma-Odoben-Brakwa District Director of Education, Madam Felicia Opoku-Mallet, has appealed to
stakeholders to play their respective roles diligently to enhance education delivery in the district.

She said if parents provide their children with the necessary learning and other materials and teachers also intensify their teaching duties while the children also take their studies seriously, the education would improve considerably in the district.

Madam Opoku-Mallet made the appeal at the inauguration of a 4-Unit Classroom Block with offices and toilet facility for Methodist Junior High School at Breman Asikuma on Thursday.

The building, valued at 45,000.00 Ghana Cedis, was sponsored with the Get-Fund through the initiative of the Member of Parliament (MP) for the area, Mr. P. C Appiah-Offori.

Madam Opoku-Mallet said the grooming of the child should be a collective reasonability of parents, teachers and the society and therefore hoped that “as people, if we channel some of our resources into the education sector, it will go long way towards the growth of education in the country”.

She therefore commended the Member of Parliament for the project and urged others to emulate his example.

The Madam Opoku-Mallet urged the teachers to ensure that the children do not write or post bills on the building to deface it.

She urged the pupils to take their studies seriously to enable them pass their examinations with good grades rather than indulging in self-destructive acts.

Mr P. C. Appiah-Offori said the old Methodist School Block has been given on contract for rehabilitation adding, another 4 Unit classroom block with office and toilet facility had been awarded on contract at Breman Jamera.

Mr Appiah-Offori appealed to the school authorities to cultivate the culture of maintenance to ensure that the building’s lifespan is prolonged.

Nana Afful Nyarkoe II, Adontenhene of Breman Asikumam, who chaired the function on behalf of Odeefo Amoakwa Buadu, Paramount Chief of Breman Asikuma, and also President of Breman Traditional Council, thanked the Member of Parliament for the area for his contributions towards education delivery in the area.

Later the MP, District Director of Education and the representative of the Omanhene, jointly cut a tap to inaugurate the building.

Source: GNA

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