October 23, 2013

Member of Parliament for Ahafo Ano South – West, Johnson Kweku Adu has paid the school fees of eighty (80) students in his constituency.

The beneficiaries are needy but studious students drawn from both the second cycle and tertiary institutions.

In an interview with GhanaMPs.gov.gh Hon. Johnson Kweku Adu noted that education in Ghana currently has become expensive with parents and guardians having to doll out huge sum of monies to cater for their wards in school, while the less fortunate students have had to drop out of school due to financial constraints.

He said he had to pay a whopping GHC 24,000 as school fees to enable the students enrol in school and have the peace of mind to study and become responsible adults in the near future.

Hon. Johnson Kweku Adu reiterated his commitment to ensure an improvement in the quality of education in the area, adding that he will stop at nothing in realizing his vision.

Kwadwo Anim/GhanaMPs.gov.gh