Middle Belt Development Authority Commissions Projects in the Denkyembour District
Posted by Elvis Offei-Bekoe - 9th February, 2022
On Wednesday 9th February 2022, the Middle Belt Development Authority commissioned four projects in various communities in the Denkyembour District. The projects which were funded under the One Million Dollars per constituency initiative were commissioned in order to allow its use by the people of the respective communities.
The team from the Middle Belt Development Authority which comprises the Deputy CEO of the Authority; Lawyer Joyce Opoku Boateng, Eastern Regional Director of the Authority; Aremeyaw A. Alolo, and the Eastern Regional Engineer of the Authority; Ing Appiah Kubi, were accompanied by the District Chief Executive of the district; Honourable Seth Birikorang Ofosu, the District Director for Education; Mr. Thomas Tsorhe Moore Mensah, staff of the District Assembly and the media.
Four Projects were commissioned in all at four different communities. In No4 community, the team commissioned a 6-unit classroom block with a staff common room and staff office. The team also commissioned a 6-unit classroom block with a staff common room and staff office at Akenkano community. 16-unit market stalls were commissioned in both Kusi community and Soabe community as well.
The Deputy CEO for the Middle Belt Development Authority; Lawyer Joyce Opoku Boateng urged the various communities to take very good care of the projects in order for them to be used for a very long time. Also, she urged the leaders of the communities to come together and support the management of the projects as good as they can.
The opinion leaders and chiefs of the communities appealed for mono desks to be provided for the schools that were commissioned to improve upon teaching and learning in the school. They also appealed to the assembly and the District Director for Education to facilitate the posting of additional teachers to the respective schools.
The District Chief Executive in response to the appeals mentioned that, desks would be provided to the various schools within the shortest possible time. He also mentioned that he would write to the Ministry of Education through the Education Directorate for a request of more teachers to be posted within the district.