Birim Central MCE inaugurates School Structures
Akyem Oda, March 04, GNA - Ms Ophelia Koomson, the Birim Central Municipal Chief Executive, has inaugurated four school buildings in the municipality at separate functions on Monday.
They are six classroom blocks with ancillary facilities each at Akyem Eshiem Islamic Primary and Akyem Kyeremase Primary Schools respectively and three classroom blocks each at Akyem Nsuafua Primary School and Akyem Asene Presbyterian Junior High School (JHS).
She said every child had the right to study in a conducive and safe environment and that the government was committed to ensuring that school children all over the country, irrespective of their location, were provided with decent infrastructure.
Ms Koomson said the programme to build classrooms all schools under trees and stop the shift system are some of the interventions being ursued by the government to ensure that school children have access to quality education.
She appealed to both parents and teachers to work together as partners in educating children.
Ms Koomson stressed the need to inspire the girl child by devoting time, and other resources to ensure quality education for them including their moral upbringing.
'The girl child is special, unique and precious but vulnerable. Parents, especially mothers should listen to their daughters and share their concerns,' she said.
Nana Kwabena Ofori 11, chief of Akyem Akroso, lauded the efforts of the government to develop rural communities and promised to release land towards the provision of any project in the area.