Wa Municipal Chief Executive, Issahaku Nuhu Putiaha, has challenged students of the municipality to cultivate the habit of maintenance at the schools. 

This was when the Ministry of Education presented learning materials to the Wa municipal education directorate of the Ghana Education Service for onward sending to schools in the municipality.

The items included 53,179 pieces of note one exercise books, 8,207 pieces of graph books and 2,600 pieces of ‘‘Cockcrow’’ drama and short series.

Mr. Putiaha admonished the headteachers of the various schools in the municipality good care of the books adding he didn’t want to come around in some few months to see the books presented are torn.

Presenting the items on behalf of the Ministry of Education, he said the presentation is in line with government's vision of ensuring that all schools are equipped with the needed learning aids to improve teaching and learning in schools.

Cultivate good maintenance culture, Wa MCE tells students

He commended the Wa municipal directorate of the Ghana Education Service (GES) for always organizing in-service training for headteachers in the various schools in the municipality, which he said will go a long way to sharpening their skills.

The Wa municipal Director of Education, Madam Hamidu Fusaata thanked the Ministry of Education and the Wa Municipal Assembly for the kind gesture. 

She promised to deliver the books to the various schools in the municipality including the privately own ones.  

An elated student of Wa Model Junior High School, Tang Gideon, told Joy News' Rafiq Salam that students who hitherto were punished by teachers for not having text and/or graph book or the Cockcrow will now be a thing of the past. 

‘‘If we are to do geography or histograms, our mathematics teachers will not it find it difficult teaching when they are to draw it on the blackboard because the thing is right on your book,’’ the student added.

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