Mr Kwadwo Agyei-Dwomor, Nkoranza District Chief Executive, has stated that the National Democratic Congress government would not be selective in carrying out development projects but would ensure the equitable distribution of the national cake in all communities.
He said politics was all about developing the country and the NDC would do well to develop all areas whether the people supported or opposed such policies or programmes.
The DCE was addressing the chiefs and people of Kranka at the inauguration of a six-classroom block constructed by the District Assembly for the local Islamic primary school.
The block, estimated at GH¢150,000.00 has an office, store, library and a place of convenience.
Mr Agyei-Dwomor called on the youth in the area not to play politics with development programmes but to help move the community forward.
He paid special tribute to the founder of the school, Alhaji Alhassan Oppong, for his foresight and providing funds for the upkeep of the school for about six years before government adopted it.
The DCE urged elders of the Islamic Community to join hands in developing the school.
Mr Yakubu Frimpong, Head teacher of the school, said the school’s population was 620 from the Kindergarten stage through to the Junior High School (JHS).
He complained about the lack of proper security at the school, which had allowed unscrupulous people to invade the compound frequently to steal some of the school’s properties.
The head teacher appealed to the District Directorate of Education to ensure the appointment of a security officer at the school.
He also called for the inclusion of the school in the school feeding programme to encourage Muslim children to enrol.
Mr Oscar Osei, Assembly Member of Kranka, commended the government for a number of development projects in the community.
He appealed to the Nkoranza North District Assembly to construct a three-classroom block for the local Islamic JHS.