480 BED CAPACITY BOYS’ DORMITORY COMMISSIONED AT FIASEMAN SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL

A 480-bed capacity boys’ Dormitory has been commissioned at the Fiaseman Senior High School (Fiasec) in the Tarkwa-Nsuaem Municipality of the Western region.

The over 2.7 million Ghana Cedis GetFund project also has facilities such as 20-seater Water Closet, 32 shower cubicles, and a mechanized borehole, among others.

Hon. Benjamin Kessie, the MCE for Tarkwa-Nsuaem Municipal Assembly, commended the Government, the MP, and the western regional minister for their hard work and continued support for the development of the Municipality.

He admonished the Headmaster and Management of the school to ensure proper management and maintenance of the facility.

Hon. George Mireku Duker, the Member of Parliament/deputy minister for Lands and Natural Resources, said the government is not only focused on paying students’ school fees, but also on ensuring that the needed infrastructure that will serve the various institutions is constructed.

He added that government is determined to propel Ghana to a greater height and will therefore ensure the free SHS policy is not canceled. “We are going to continue with it to ensure that Ghanaians are adequately trained and schooled”.

Hon. Duker further assured the people of Tarkwa-Nsuaem that the construction of the Tarkwa-Agona main road, which is currently ongoing, will be completed by the end of the year, 2024.

He also revealed that the construction of town roads in the Tarkwa-Nsuaem Municipality will begin soon.

Construction of Benso-Bonsa and Essuoso-Tarkwa roads are also expected to be completed before the end of the year 2023, the Lawmaker added.

He also used the occasion to wish the final year students who are writing this year’s West Africa Senior School Certificate Examination (WASSCE) a success.

Addressing a gathering of the students, the school authority, security personnel, and the media as well as party supporters, Hon. Kwabena Okyere Darko-Mensah said, Government believes in the people of Ghana and will continue to invest in the right projects for secondary education.

He, therefore, urged the students to take their studies seriously to gain more support from the government.

Mr. John Kofi Sagoe, the Headmaster of the school, was thankful to the government for the continuous support to the school, and further appealed for a fence wall to be constructed, a new school bus to replace the old bus, and adequate teachers’ Bungalow to maintain discipline in the school.

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