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Gomoa East District Assembly Commissioning 3 unit Classroom block at Nkwatanan

11.Oct.2021

The Gomoa East District assembly has commissioned a 3 -unit classroom block, fully stocked with dual desks and a headmasters’ office at Nkwantanan on Wednesday 28 July, 2021.

The commissioned classrooms were also stocked with dual desk to be used by the pupils.

The District Chief Executive (DCE) for Gomoa East, Hon Solomon Darko –Quarm, disclosed that the assembly honoured an appeal made by the education directorate for extra classrooms to accommodate the increasing number of pupils in the school by building the 3 unit classroom block and a headmasters’ office together with a staff common room for teachers.

He appealed to the traditional authorities to provide accommodation for the teachers in the school until the assembly is able to build staff quarters for them to ensure they get to school on time to teach the pupils.

He also assured the people that the Assembly will collaborate with Nananom to provide the needs of the area such as clinic. He asked them to also make land available for future projects, prevent miscreants from smoking and defecating in the classroom among others.

The District Director of Education for Gomoa East, Madam Francisca Esi Degraft Johnson, thanked the Assembly for the project and ask for such project to be made a story building next time. She assured of maintaining the school block and also appealed to Nananom to give their support to make the school a model one.

The Headmaster of the school, Mr. Joseph Kwesi Koomson, disclosed that, the school was started under a shed which was taken up by an NGO and later GETFUND. He bemoaned of lack of furniture for pupils, lack of teachers bungalow for staff, lack of classroom for K-G pupil and others.

Okyeame Kwesi Botwey, who represented the Odikro of Nkwantanan, thanked the Assembly for the project and assured they have enough land to give out for a Secondary school and other projects that the Assembly might consider