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Chief appeals for school block at Awutu Loye


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Awutu-Senya (C/R), Aug. 7, GNA – Nana
James Bortey, Chief of Awutu Loye, has appealed to government and other
stakeholders in the education sector to help provide the over 400 children in
the community with a school block. 

He said the challenge the children
experienced was that they have to walk long distance to town to attend
schooling and this did not enhance effective teaching and lea

Awutu-Senya (C/R), Aug. 7, GNA – Nana
James Bortey, Chief of Awutu Loye, has appealed to government and other
stakeholders in the education sector to help provide the over 400 children in
the community with a school block. 

He said the challenge the children
experienced was that they have to walk long distance to town to attend
schooling and this did not enhance effective teaching and learning.

Nana Bortey made the appeal in an
interview with the Ghana News Agency at Awutu Loye, a farming community near Buduburam
in the Central Region.

He said, with education being the key
to success, there is the need for the children to get this essential training
so that they would not find themselves wanting in future.

Nana Bortey called on Mr George
Andah, the Member of Parliament for the area, to help meet their stated goal.

GNA


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