DARKUMAN COMMUNITY GETS 2ND MILLENNIUM CITY SCHOOL

Source: A.M.A PR UNIT  |  Date Published: 14 Apr, 2016 08:18:54

  • DARKUMAN COMMUNITY GETS 2ND MILLENNIUM CITY SCHOOL
  • DARKUMAN COMMUNITY GETS 2ND MILLENNIUM CITY SCHOOL
  • DARKUMAN COMMUNITY GETS 2ND MILLENNIUM CITY SCHOOL
  • DARKUMAN COMMUNITY GETS 2ND MILLENNIUM CITY SCHOOL
  • DARKUMAN COMMUNITY GETS 2ND MILLENNIUM CITY SCHOOL
  • DARKUMAN COMMUNITY GETS 2ND MILLENNIUM CITY SCHOOL

The Accra Metropolitan Assembly(AMA) has commissioned the second millennium City(MC) school complex at Salleria cluster of school compound at Darkuman –Kokompe a suburb of Accra.

Located in the Ablekuma-North sub metro, the facility is the 15th millennium city school to be commissioned in Accra.

The disability friendly structure was funded by the World Bank under the Local Government capacity support project and is intended to improve the delivery of quality education within the metropolis with the provision of a library, spacious classrooms ,computer and science laboratories, washrooms and a kindergarten centre.

Addressing the people gathered for the inauguration, the Metropolitan Chief Executive(MCE) of Accra, Dr. Alfred Okoe Vanderpuije said that the Accra Metropolitan Assembly [AMA] since 2011 has committed itself to ensuring that they successfully attain the highest score on the Functional Organization Assessment Tool(FOAT) for all district assemblies and that has yielded GH₵45 million for the assembly which is being used for constructing these facilities.

“All these are the works of His Excellency John Dramani Mahama to make sure that all district assemblies would be provided with all the necessary facilities” he stressed.

He further added that, the Assembly would be commissioning 5 more millennium City school within this month of April.

Also the assembly will begin the construction of 6 more millennium City school next month.

Dr. Vanderpuije stated that, the land space before the Salleria School would be modernized which would serve as a sporting facility for the school.

He advised teachers and school authorities to monitor, encourage and motivate school children to take their studies seriously in other to improve on their academic performance at the end of the academic year.

He therefore used the opportunity to thank teachers and authorities for their time, patience and discipline they had put up during the construction and completion of the edifice.

Hon. Joe Appiah Member of Parliament for Ablekuma North constituency, said that education is the key to uproot poverty he therefore lauded the assembly for making education a priority in the delivery of its projects and activities.

“Parents have done well in terms of educating their wards, God bless the lord Mayor for his efforts for building this edifice for our children” he said.

He further stated that, Dr. Vanderpuije is a man who fulfills his promises, “a year ago he promised us of a millennium city school which he has fulfilled”.

The assembly has cut sod for 122 MC schools which are at various stages of completion.

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