Adwoa Sarfo Cuts Sod for Construction of 6-Unit Classroom Block

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Stephen Nani

Member of Parliament for Dome-Kwabenya Honourable, Sarah Adwoa Safo has cut sod for the construction of a 1No, Six Unit classroom Block with Ancillary facilities and a Two Unit Kindergarten Block for the St. Dominic Catholic School at Taifa in the Ga East Municipality.

The projects which are being funded by the Ghana Education Trust Fund (GETFUND) is are at a cost of GH¢ 785,834.20 and GH¢ 290,958.97 for the Six Unit classroom block and the Kindergarten block respectively.

According to her, the construction of the six-unit classroom block and the two-unit kindergarten block are vital for conducive learning for the school children in the constituency.

Addressing the gathering, she said “Good infrastructure development in the education sector initiates better teaching and learning in the school. A nation’s future depends on it youth so there is a need to invest in them and they need to be educated in an enabling environment with good facilities so they can become great leaders of the nation.”

Hon. Adwoa Safo also emphasized that President Akufo-Addo has introduced policies for quality form of education for all Ghanaians adding that the President is fulfilling his promise of the free education policy.

“The contractor for the project will take about five months to complete and I urge the contractors to show commitment and execute this project on time”, she added.

The Municipal Chief Executive (MCE) for Ga East Municipal Assembly, Janet Tulasi Mensah was full of praise for the MP for the project.

“I am overwhelmed at how and she lobbied vigorously for the project, which when completed will ease overcrowding in our classroom,” she added.

The Member of Parliament who also doubles as the Deputy Majority Leader of Parliament and Minister of State in charge of Government Procurement challenged the pupils to study as she promised to sponsor the first 5 students who excel in their WASSCE in Tertiary from the ‘Adwoa Safo Foundation’.

Adwoa Safo advised pupils to be obedient and focus on their books so they can become successful in the future.

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