Chief commissions 2-storey classroom block for Domeabra Methodist School

Nana Kusi Oboadum I, Chief of Domeabra in the Ejisu Municipality, has singlehandedly built  and commissioned a two-storey, eight unit classroom for the local Methodist Primary School.

The new 8-unit two storey classroom building at the Methodist primary

Nana Obuadum explained at the commissioning that the gesture was in line with Otumfuo Osei II, the Asantehene’s vision of promoting education, and urged chiefs to prioritise education to enhance the developmental agenda of their peoples.

He explained that he was touched when he was informed that the Methodist Primary School faced inadequate classrooms, resulting in congestion of the pupils, hence, the initiative to ensure that all children of school-going age in the town had access to a convenient place for learning.

Nana Obuadum reminded the Municipal Chief Executive (MCE) and the Member of Parliament (MP), who is also the Deputy Minister for Finance, that over 90% of the total population of the community voted for  the ruling New Patriotic Party (NPP), and that the people should not be neglected.

He said the people deserved a share of the national cake, which had eluded them for over nine years.

Dr. Williams Amankrah Appiah, Ashanti Regional Director of Education, expressed gratitude to Nana Obuadum for the vision to complement Otumfuo Osei Tutu II’s vision, and called on chiefs to make education and the developmental agenda of their people a priority.

He also pleaded with other stakeholders to continue bringing development to the people, and urged the teachers to go the extra mile above classroom work and come to the level of the students for a total transformation.

Mr. John Kumah, the Ejisu lawmaker, commended Nana Obuadum for prioritising the interests and welfare of his people, and promised to improve the road networks in the jurisdiction, as well as provide a Community Center for the residents.


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