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The Only Way To Bridge The North-South Divide Is Through Education - Farouk Aliu Mahama

Alhaj Farouk Aliu Mahama, Member of Parliament for the Yendi Constituency, has stated that he is determined to close the infrastructure gap in the Yendi Constituency's education sector.He stated that he was committed to creating an environment that would allow for good teaching and learning.

"The only way we can bridge the gap between the North and the South is via education, and we can collectively do this when the necessary infrastructure is put in place, which is what I'm determined to do," he stated.

Alhaji Farouk, speaking at a brief ceremony to commission a reconstructed elementary school in Gbambaya, emphasized that the future of Yendi and Dagbon is dependent on the region's youth.

"I am dedicated to improving the living conditions of my residents and will keep working until my objectives are reached," he said.

The renovations, according to the MP, are in fulfillment of his promise to give the institution a facelift.

He emphasized that the school must provide a suitable environment for instructors and students to be able to teach and learn effectively.

He also gave the school's teachers a financial incentive of 2,000 Ghana cedis.

Meanwhile, Alhaji Farouk Aliu Mahama handed three motorcycles, a sum of 10,000 cedis, and fifteen cellphones to the Constituency's communication staff.

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