April 3, 2018
As a major stakeholder in the delivery of quality education to the people, Member of Parliament for the Ablekuma South constituency in the Greater Accra region, Dr Alfred Okoe Vanderpuije has presented 175 pieces of dual desks to some selected Basic schools within the constituency.

The furniture pieces were presented to four Education Circuit areas including Circuit 07 (OJOO), Circuit 08 (Mamprobi), Circuit 08(Gbegbese), Circuit 11 (Korle Gonno) and for distribution to schools and a private school EP Basic at Mamprobi all within the Ablekuman Metropolis.

Addressing participants at the event which was held at the Nii Kojo Ababio Basic Schools, one of the Millennium City Schools’ Projects built under the watch of the MP during his tenure as Chief Executive Officer of the Accra Metropolitan Assembly (AMA), the MP his gesture is aimed at enhancing teaching and learning.

The MP encouraged the teachers to continue to be steadfast and give off their best in impacting positively for the upbringing of the school children.

“Please do your best because the best will always reward you” he encouraged.

Dr Okoe Vanderpuije who said education is his passion assured of his commitment to continually support sound education in the country.

The MP said it is his vision that more millennium city school projects will be built in future charged the students and teachers of the Nii Kojo Ababio Basic Schools to continue to keep the school environment clean to serve as an example to others.

Mrs Kusi of the Ablekuma Education metro noted that the non-availability of seats for school pupils has been one critical challenge affecting education delivery hence the gesture by the MP will go a long way to help improve education in the Ablekuma South area.

The Deputy Director Finance and Administration of the Ablekuma Metro Directorate of Education, Stephen Abanfo who received the desks on behalf of the Metro Director of Education described the MP as a friend of education and has contributed significantly to end the shift system within the Accra Metropolis thanked the MP for his unrelenting support to education.

He appealed to the MP to encourage his fellow MPs and other stakeholders in education to contribute in building the future leaders of the country through education.