Fanteakwa South DCE commissions two distinct projects

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Hon. Ernest Ofosu, the Chief Executive of the Fanteakwa South District, commissioned a 3-unit classroom block and ancillary facility for the Nsutam S.D.A Junior High School on Friday, April 21, as well as a 6-seat W/C toilet facility for the Osino R/C elementary school in the Eastern region.

The District Chief Executive (DCE) noted in his remarks at a brief ceremony to commission the two distinct projects that the infrastructure is a component of the district assembly’s objective in keeping with the central government’s vision to support free and high-quality education in the community.

Mr. Ernest Ofosu reaffirmed the government’s commitment to ensuring the success of the free senior high school program and urged everyone present to support the government’s goal of educating every kid of school-age.

The Sod cutting for the 3-unit classroom Block was done on 18th September, 2022, awarded to Nom construction company Ltd and funded by the District Assembly Common Fund.

The 6-seater W/C toilet facility at Osino R/C primary school was also funded by the Minerals Commission Fund.

President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo is keeping his promise to Osino, according to Mr. Ernest Ofosu, the chief administrator of the Fanteakwa South District, by achieving the success in the areas of infrastructure, social interventions, health, and education.

Speaking to journalist Kaakyire Kwasi Afari of Afeema FM, the DCE urged the teachers and parents present to motivate and inspire children to effectively utilize the two resources provided to them while warning them not to light the midnight candle.

In a brief statement, the headmaster of Nsutam SDA JHS, Mr. Nketia Fredua, expressed his sincere gratitude to the DCE for accommodating their request.

But he also requested that the DCE meet the students’ demands for other things like an ICT lab, restrooms, and a suitable KG block.

If they are added to the list for the school feeding program, which will serve more than 400 pupils at the school, the headteacher said they will be able to exhale with relief.

The Kyidomhene of Nsutam, Nana AppiahKorang, pleaded with the instructors to uphold excellent maintenance culture in order to sustain the project and encourage the arrival of further projects in the area.

The chief commended the district chief executive for building an unheard-of infrastructure for Fanteakwa South District. Kwasi Afari


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