The District Chief Executive for Dormaa, Squadron Leader Ben Anane Asamoah has cut the sod for construction work to begin on a ¢297 million two-classroom block for Wamfie Presbyterian Pre-school at Wamfie.
The design for the classroom block, though small on the surface, has many apartments to off-set over-crowding of the beneficiaries and was being funded from the district assembly's share of the HIPC fund.
When completed, the structure is expected to have two classrooms, a kitchen, a store, a dinning hall, a resting room for the kids and two water closets.
Sqd. Leader Asamoah renewed the government's commitment to share equitably the nation's cake for every facet of society to benefit.
He appealed to the contractor for the project and the beneficiary communities to cooperate to ensure that the project was completed on schedule.
Madam Ever Osei of PETMAN construction company, who are executing the project assured the Chief Executive and the Wamfie community that the project would not only be completed on schedule but would also be delivered in strict compliance to specifications.
The School's headmaster Mr. Daniel Kwasi Addo thanked government for making it possible for the kids to have a decent classroom after several years of holding classes under trees.