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Evalue Ajomoro Gwira Grateful for CDSHS

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Evalue Ajomoro Gwira Grateful for CDSHS The Chief and people of Evalue Ajomoro Gwira have expressed their gratitude to the President, H. E. John Dramani Mahama and the Ministry of Education for siting a Community Day Senior High School (CDSHS) in the community.
This was when a delegation led by Hon. Kweku Tanikyi Kessie, Member of Parliament (MP), for Evalue Ajomoro Gwira constituency in the Western Region, accompanied by the Omanhen of Gwira-Bamiankor, Awulae Angama Tu-Gyan II and his entourage, called on the Minister for Education, Prof. Naana Jane Opoku-Agyemang in Accra.
Welcoming the delegation, Prof. Opoku-Agyemang said education is not a sole responsibility of Government and thanked the chief and his entourage for not relying on Government alone but supporting the project with the provision of land.
Prof. Opoku-Agyemang noted that the CDSHS was promised by the Government to lessen the cost and burden of education on parents. She said it was intended to enable many Junior High School graduates to continue their education with less cost.
She added that lots of efforts have been put in place and plans were on paper to ensure the total completion of the project. The Ministry is earnestly working on teachers’ bungalow, canteen and playing field, among others, she hinted.
The Minister was hopeful that equipment and logistics would be provided to enable students to be admitted this academic year.
She commended the contractor and the staff of the Ministry for the sacrifices put into the CDSHS project and urged the people to advise their youth to be disciplined at all times.
Awulae Angama Tu-Gyan II who could not hide his joy for the project, said the community was helping with the provisions 0f accommodation for 20 teachers and the construction of a canteen not only to serve the school but also a clinic nearby.
He said an already built three-classroom block would be used to house students who would not be to commute from afar.
He pleaded with the Government and the Ministry to provide the school with equipment and logistics to enable the school’s inclusion on the Computerized School Selection and Placement System (CSSPS) for fresh admission this year.
Hon. Kweku Taninyi-Kessie promised to support the canteen project with his Common Fund.
The completed project is one of the 200 CDSHSs that President Mahama promised Ghanaians in the NDC manifesto.

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