July 29, 2011

The Member of Parliament for Trobu/Amasaman, Ernest Attuquaye Armah today Friday 29th July 2011, has broken ground to signify the commencement of a pre- primary school block at Medie in the Ga West District of the Greater Accra Region .

The GHC30, 000 project which is expected to be completed in three months when done, will be in fulfillment of the MP’s quest to ensure that all the basic schools within the constituency are provided with Pre- Primary schools which is very vital for the educational development of the child.

The MP who himself is an Architect has taken up the consultancy aspect of the project which most of the time cost about 1/3 of the entire cost of the project while the inhabitants will also help by supplying building materials such as stones and sand, and also provide labour for the construction of the facility.

Speaking to ghanamps.gov.gh the Hon. Attuquaye Armah emphasizes the importance for the pre-schools since it has been established by educators that more learning takes place during the first five years than at any other period in life.

It is during these formative years that character and personality are developed, and basic attitudes formed.

He says education is an issue very dear to his heart and he is very much committed to ensuring the improvement of the educational standards in his constituency, an objective he claims he is on course fulfill.

Story by : Kwadwo Anim/ghanamps.gov.gh