July 25, 2014

The Member of Parliament for Assin North Constituency in the Central Region, Samuel Ambre has welcomed the inclusion of his constituency among 23 selected areas to benefit from the new senior high schools to be built by the government.

The constituency happens to be among the 23 selected areas the government intends to build the modern SHSs with the 156million dollar loan facility from the World Bank.

Speaking to Ghanamps.gov.gh, the Member of Parliament for the area Samuel Ambre said contrary to speculations in sections of the media that government was securing loan to buy sanitary pads, there are more important school infrastructure projects to be executed with the money.

He said he is delighted that his constituency is among the 23 because the infrastructure to be built for schools that fall within the group far out ways what the first 50 community schools the president cut sod for. He noted that the these schools are being provided with full sets of their infrastructure including not less than 24 classroom blocks, teachers’ quarters, headmaster’s accommodation, science resource and ICT centre, assembly and kitchen complex, sports facilities.

The rest are dormitory blocks, administration block as well as provision of modern leaning equipment to facilitate teaching and learning.

He expressed joy that soon has constituents would be able to give their children the best education at the second cycle school right at home without the usual additional cost of boarding fees among others.

Mr. Ambre commended the government and all those who played a role in selecting Assin North to benefit from the project and was confident the project would be executed on time.

Dominic Shirimori/Ghanadmps.gov.gh