She said, the school’s enrolment keeps declining day by day and it always becomes worst every Wednesday being the market day for Assin Andoe a nearby community, since most of the parent refuse to give money to their children when coming to school.
Mrs. Bediako made this passionate appeal after the Ghana Tourism Development Company donated assorted items to Assin Manso Primary School.
Additionally, she called for speed ramps on the road since their newly built school block is closer to the N8 Highway
She also pleaded with the government, NGOs, and philanthropist to support them with a computer to improve the teaching and learning of Information Communication Technology.
“Our student always failed woefully in ICT in their BECE exams as a result no computer access, “ she said.
The District Chief Executive for Assin South Hon. Derek Owusu in a added, the Assembly will fast-track the work on the new school block to its completion before school reopens next academic year despite the delay of the District Assembly Common Fund which is the source of funding for the project.
According to him, all the necessary documentation on the school feeding program has been sent to the appropriate quarters thus, the National School Feeding Secretariat pending approval.
He said, after two years of being a District Chief Executive, the school feeding beneficiaries in Assin South has been increase from 6700 to over 14000 as a result of his effort and he believes approvals for Assin Manso Primary School will be secured soon.
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