Suame Municipal Director of Education, Pastor Anthony Anyamesem Poku, has put in place measures to protect the final year Junior and Senior High students as they resume studies this month.
According to him students will be provided with re-usable nose masks to protect them as part of measures to curb the spread of the novel coronavirus outbreak in Ghana.
The government announced the reopening of schools for final-year students, as part of its first phase of opening up the country after restrictions were imposed to mitigate the spread of the coronavirus pandemic.
Effective Monday, 15 June 2020, schools and universities would be reopened to allow final-year junior high, senior high and university students to resume classes ahead of the conduct of their respective exit examinations.
President Akufo-Addo announced this in a televised address to the nation on Sunday, 31 May 2020.
As part of the preparation towards the reopening of schools the Assembly Member for New Suame Kotoko Electoral Area in the Suame Municipality, Hon Eric Owusu Ansah, has donated Personal Protection Equipment’s (PPEs), to the Suame Municipal Assembly (SMA).
The items include tissues, sanitisers, and detergents aimed at preventing the spread of the coronavirus in the municipality.
Presenting the items, Hon Owusu Ansah, identified education as an important area which needs huge investment.
In line with this, he said, the assembly is focussed at putting in place measures to help improve upon education in the area.
Hon Owusu Ansah disclosed the Member of Parliament for Suame Hon Osei Kyei Mensah Bonsu and Dr John Osei Bobie-Boahin, Chief Executive of Suame Municipal Assembly are constructing school blocks in the area to help improve upon standard of education in the country.
He advised Ghanaians to continue observing the protocols to help prevent the spread of Covid-19 in the country.
Receiving the items, Pastor Anthony Anyamesem Poku, Suame Municipal Director of Education, thanked the donor for such assistance.