Ghana Education Service storekeepers told to ensure transparency
They should periodically take stock of the items and materials in their care and see to their fair distribution.
He said efforts at promoting quality education could become a mirage if the required teaching and learning materials, relevant tools and equipment did not get to the end users on time.
Mr Onyinah was addressing over 200 storekeepers at a four-day workshop in Kumasi.
It was jointly organised by the Regional Education Directorate and the Regional Storekeepers Association to aid the participants to update their skills.
Mr Onyinah noted that capacity building of all the personnel of the GES was vital for the success of the country’s education reform programme and it was precisely for this reason that that the service had initiated programmes to adequately resource and to motivate the workers to improve their skills.
He praised the executives of the association for their foresight and drive.