3-unit classroom block commissioned for Abrepo Methodist JHS

A 3-unit classroom block has been commissioned for the Abrepo Methodist Junior High School (JHS) in the Kumasi Metropolis.

The project was funded from the Assembly’s Internally Generated Fund (IGF) to provide a conducive environment for teaching and learning for the children of school-going age in the locality.

The Chief Executive of the Kumasi Metropolitan Assembly (KMA), Mr. Samuel Pyne, said at the commissioning that the project was a demonstration of the Assembly’s quest to improve the standard of education through physical infrastructure towards the realisation of producing quality products to become the future leaders in society.

He challenged teachers to prove to the society that, they were not common, but a guide book to the society by ensuring that, their total contribution was felt in the upbringing and transformation of children.

The KG block

Mr. Pyne urged the school management, Nananom, parents and the beneficiary students to cultivate the maintenance culture to ensure that the project served the intended purpose to enable the Assembly extend similar facilities to other communities in the Metropolis for the holistic transformation of education.

Mr. David Oppong, Metro Education Director, commended the Assembly and the Mayor for the physical infrastructure projects provided in the various schools.

He mentioned that besides providing infrastructure, the mayor and the KMA absorbed the cost of mock examinations for about 9,000 Basic Education Certificate Examination (BECE) candidates at the cost of GH¢100,000.00

The Metro Education Director disclosed that the KMA boss had also distributed sets of furniture to the Nhyiaeso and Bantama sub-Metro schools to enhance teaching and learning.


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