Adaklu Assembly hands over kindergarten block to Adaklu-Kpodzi

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By Lorlornyofm July 3, 2019 06:36

Adaklu Assembly hands over kindergarten block to Adaklu-Kpodzi

The Adaklu District Assembly has handed over a GHȼ149,986 kindergarten classroom block with ancillary facilities to the Adaklu Kpodzi community at a brief ceremony.

The facility comprised of two classrooms, an office, store and a dining shed.

The project was started by the previous administration and reactivated for completion by the current government.

Mr Phanuel Donkor Kadey, Adaklu District Chief Executive, said his administration prioritised education to be the engine of growth and would not hesitate to direct resources into that sector to champion development.

He said Kindergarten education was crucial to the development of children and hoped that teachers would play their roles and lay a solid foundation for the total development of children.

Mr Kadey said the Assembly would soon deliver some 3,500 desks to ensure that the pupils had a conducive environment to study.

The DCE said the Assembly was also working to address challenges with potable water and bad roads in the District to open up the area for accelerated growth. 

He said for instance with roads, government had approved an 8.6 kilometre stretch in Waya, the District capital and assured that work would start soon start and invited investors to take advantage of opportunities in the District.

Mr Kwame Agbodza, Member of Parliament for Adaklu, said “Adaklu has moved a step further in terms of education” and urged teachers to continue to deliver quality education to the pupils.

He stated his commitment to using education to “replace ignorance with superior knowledge” was to reposition Adaklu as the citadel of education.

Mr Francis Yao Agbemadi, the District Director of Education asked the pupils to focus on their studies and avoid acts that could jeopardize their future and retard their development.

He pleaded with members of the community, as part of their social responsibilities,to pay utility bills of the school to complement efforts of the Assembly for continuous supply of power to the school.

Mr Eric Agbeko, Head teacher of the Junior High School, said the facility would enhance effective teaching and learning and was grateful to the Assembly and the Member of Parliament for the foresight, assuring that the facility would be put to good use.

Togbe Komashi Amematsidor VI, Chief of Adaklu Kpodzi, thanked government for completing the project and charged teachers and parents to develop effective collaboration to make Adaklu Kpodzi, a leading community in quality education.

GNA

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