Nana Addo and Matthew Opoku Prempeh
The Minister of Education, Dr. Matthew Opoku Prempeh has discovered that the authorities led by President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo has initiated over one thousand infrastructural tasks in Senior High Schools across the country because it took electricity in 2017.
He said of the projects initiated, 492 were completed, with the rest at diverse ranges of completion.
Speaking on the Nation Building Updates in Accra on Tuesday 13th October 2020 on the subject matter "Investing in Education, investing within the Future", he said of the 1,011 projects, 843 have been initiated by using the authorities through GETFund (of which 382 have been completed), 135 had been initiated by means of the World Bank-funded Secondary Education Infrastructure Project (SEIP), of which 107 were completed, and 33 by using the Kuwaiti Fund, of which 3 have been completed.
The completed tasks consist of 3, 6, eight, 12, and 18-unit classroom blocks, amounting to the introduction of eighty four,six hundred new seats springing up out of 222 new study room blocks.
Dr Matthew Opoku Prempeh
Other tasks he stated include washroom centers, rehabilitation works, and systems including assembly halls and laboratories.
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