Deputy Minister for Interior and MP for Gomoa Central, Hon Naana Eyiah has donated sets of radio each to basic schools in her Constituency for E-learning programme which has been introduced by the Ministry of Education to enhance effective teaching and learning.
According to the Deputy Minister, students in Gomoa Central ought to be abreast with the global world of Information Communication and Technology (ICT).
She hinted of laptops and others modern teaching materials to be supplied for schools in the area to beef up teaching and learning.
Hon. Naana Eyiah disclosed these when she and DCE for Gomoa Central, Benjamin Kojo Otoo jointly commissioned a 6-unit classroom block each for Gomoa Jukwa Roman Catholic Basic School and Gomoa Ekwamkrom Methodist Basic School respectively.
The Member of Parliament stressed her commitment to infrastructure development in the Gomoa Central District nothing everything needed to uplift academic standards would be provided for the schools.
She however charges Gomoa Central District Directorate of the Ghana Education Service to intensify monitoring and supervision of school authorities as well as the teachers to improve the output of teaching methodology.
Addressing the Chiefs and people of Gomoa Ekwamkrom and Gomoa Jukwa Communities at a separate ceremony for the commissioning of the classroom blocks, Hon. Naana Eyiah said with togetherness as a team, Gomoa Central District would be among the best in terms of academic standard.
"His Excellency President Akufo Addo's Government is doing everything possible to leave a better legacy for the next generation. A legacy that would never be forgotten about in the history of the country.
"We as his representatives at the Grassroot level have to support and implement NPP Government's programmes and policies.
"The children must have access to every learning material needed for effective teaching and learning. We are doing our best to ensure that the vision of His Excellency Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo Addo led NPP Government is s fully implemented.
"That explains why we are creating scenery environment for our schools as well as to motivate our teachers," she stated.
Hon. Naana Eyiah commended teachers in the Gomoa Central District for their commitment to duty thus raising the standard of education.
She singled out Gomoa Ekwamkrom Methodist Basic School for topping 2020 BECE results in the district and called on others to emulate the success story.
" While encouraging our children to stick to their books, I want to call on parents to have keen interest in their children's education.
"School authorities, PTA and other stakeholders must also complement government's effort to make education affordable and accessible to every child in the country," she stated.
The Gomoa Central District Chief Executive, Hon. Benjamin Kojo Otoo stressed the need for school authorities to carry out culture of maintenance on school blocks.
He lamented over number of occasions where classroom blocks recently commissioned were left out to the mercy of the weather due to lack of maintenance.
"The Assembly alone cannot provide everything need to maintain school infrastructure, school authorities, PTA, as well as stakeholders and other associations should also support to keep our buildings in good shape," he intimated.
Hon. Benjamin Kojo Otoo praised Hon. Naana Eyiah for her lobbying skills leading to the district getting its fair share of the national cake.
The Chief of Gomoa Jukwa Nana Okatakyi Idan Opirim IX on behalf of the chiefs and people of the beneficiary Communities lauded President Akufo Addo for improving infrastructure development in the Gomoa Central District and Gomoa Ekwamkrom and Jukwa in particular.
He pledged unflinching support of the people for the Government pointing out that the Communities have benefitted tremendous development from His Excellency President Akufo Addo's Government.