Schools in the North Tongu District have taken delivery of metallic dual desks provided by the District Chief Executive, Osborne Divine Fenu.
Presenting the desks to the District Education Directorate, Mr Fenu noted that the assembly have selected some schools that urgently needed the desks from the 6 traditional areas adding that other schools will soon take delivery of theirs.
He reiterated government’s commitment to making sure that education is prioritised especially in the rural communities so as to give children a firm foundation.
“Government and the assembly will continue to support education throughout the district,” Mr Osborne Divine Fenu said.
Mr Fenu pledged his preparedness to support every activity that would promote education in the district.
He urged heads of the various schools to take good care of the desks so they can last for a longer period of years.
District Education Director, Madam Isabella Ayimey was grateful for the kind gesture by government and the DCE and pledged to make sure that the desks are taken care of in order to prolong their life span
She however pleaded with government through the DCE to get a lot more desks for the other schools that are in dire need of them.
Headteacher of Dadome D.A Basic Primary School, Mr Glover on behalf of his colleague headteachers thanked the DCE for the facility.
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