Kwamang SDA High gets new computer lab and library
The Deputy Minister of Justice and Attorney General, Kwame Osei Prempeh says, to ensure the success of the new education reforms, the support of all citizens, particularly parents and guardians is essential. He said government is convinced that quality and relevant education holds the key to Ghana's development. Mr. Osei Prempeh was speaking at a durbar preceding the inauguration of a three unit school block for the Seventh Day Adventist Junior High School, at Kwamang in the Sekyere Central District of Ashanti. The facility was constructed by a citizen of Kwamang, Joseph Kwaku Duku at the cost of GHC8,000. Mr. Osei Prempeh, who is also MP for the area, said government recognizes the need to develop the human resource as an essential element for national development. It is therefore resolved to provide the necessary resources to help educate the youth and produce the human capital and expertise required to attain a middle income status for Ghana. He called for patriotism on the part of all Ghanaians, without which the country cannot make any headway. The Ashanti Regional Minister, Emmanuel Owusu Ansah, charged Kwamang citizens at home and abroad to set for themselves targets for development, particularly in the area of education, in order to move the town forward and create a better society for posterity. Mr. Joseph Duku said he built the library and computer block in honour of his parents, Agya Obeng and Eno Durowaah, both deceased. It was also his contribution to the promotion of education in the town.