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PupilsMr Atta Kakra Baidoo, Nzema East Municipal Chief Executive (MCE), says the donation of government buses to second cycle institutions is a clear manifestation of President John Dramani Mahama’s commitment to the promotion of education.

He observed that since education remains the key to national development, government would continue to give it the needed boost to produce the required manpower to feed various sectors of the economy.

Mr Baidoe, who is a teacher by profession, said this at a ceremony to inaugurate a-66-seater bus to the Axim Girls Vocational Institute and another 66-seater bus and a Mahindra pick-up to the Gwiraman Community Senior High School (SHS) at Bamiango.

President Mahama recently donated 300 buses and 200 Mahindra pick-ups to some second cycle institutions as part of measures to boost good quality education delivery.

The MCE thanked the President for the humanitarian gesture and asked students of the beneficiary schools to learn extra hard to justify government support.

He noted that the first four-year term of President Mahama is characterised by an unprecedented infrastructural development which  is a spring board to development in human aspirations.

The Municipal Director of Education, Mr David Cudjoe thanked the President for the buses and called for more support to the area.

Mr Cudjoe  assured government  that the donation of the buses to schools would translate into academic excellence.

The Member of Parliament for Evaloe-Ajomoro Gwira, Mr Kaku Tanikyi Kessie reiterated government’s commitment to the well-being of Ghanaians and would continue to initiate more developmental projects to better their living conditions.

The Headmistress of Gwiraman Community SHS, Madam Comfort Opoku said the school has no bus and could therefore not participate in extra-curricula activities.

The buses therefore came in as a big relief to the school.

She thanked President Mahama for the establishment of an ultra-modern community SHS which had afforded children within the catchment area to benefit from secondary education.

Source: GNA

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