B/R Madamfo Ghana commissions 6-unit classroom block at Diabaa

By Nana Ama Takyiaw || Contributor
SEP 12, 2023 LISTEN

Dormaa West District On 24th August 2023 witnessed a 6-unit classroom block at Diabaa community estimated at 700,000 Ghana cedis.

Present at the short occasion were the District Chief Executive (DCE) Hon. Francis Kwadwo Oppong, District Education Director Mr. Kwadwo Bofah, District Assembly staff, party executives, Assembly members, Representatives from Madamfo Ghana, Nananom, and students.

The event was filled with excitement and a sense of accomplishment as everyone witnessed the fruition of their collective efforts and dedication toward providing quality education for the children of Diabaa.

The newly constructed 6-unit classroom blocks boast of furniture, interactive whiteboards, a mechanized borehole, and a toilet. The classrooms are spacious and well-ventilated, creating a conducive learning environment for the students. The building is designed to accommodate a larger number of student population, ensuring that more children in the community have access to education.

During the commissioning ceremony, the DCE, Hon. Francis Kwadwo Oppong expressed his gratitude to Madamfo Ghana for listening to his whine, when he wrote a letter requesting the project.

He also thanked all the stakeholders involved in making the project a reality. He highlighted the importance of education in the development of the district and emphasized the government's commitment to invest in education infrastructure.

"The Nana Akufo-Addo administration sees education as the single most substantial resource a country can convey to its people. Natural resources don't build a nation, it is the people who do, and hence, investing in human resources is essential to any nation," he stated.

Representatives from “Madamfo” Ghana also expressed their excitment and satisfaction in partnership with the district Assembly to improve moral education in the community. They reiterated their commitment to support education-related initiatives and promised to continue working hand in hand with the government and other stakeholders to address educational challenges in the region.

The chief of the community expressed his appreciation for the new classroom block, recognizing the positive impact it will have on their children's education. The community members shared their hopes and dreams for a brighter future for the students, emphasizing the importance of education in breaking the cycle of poverty and empowering the younger generation.

The commissioning ceremony concluded with a ribbon-cutting ceremony officially inaugurating the new 6-unit classroom block. As the doors of the classrooms opened, the students eagerly stepped inside, ready to embark on their educational journey in a brighter and more conducive learning environment.

The commissioning of the 6-unit classroom block at Diabaa is a testament to the power of collaboration and the commitment of the government, NGOs, and community members to provide quality education for all. It serves as a shining example of what can be achieved when individuals and organizations come together to invest in the future of the younger generation.

The District Education Director of Dormaa West, Mr. Kwadwo Bofah also appealed to the Assembly and stakeholders to provide computers to the schools so that teaching and learning would be easy for them.

He further expressed his appreciation to Madamfo company for listening to their plea.