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By
Eunice Tekie Tei, GNA

New Abirem (E/R), July 4, GNA- Obrempong Kwasi
Amoh Kyeretwie I, the Chief of Abirem has called for support from
philanthropist, NGOs and the government to support the community to complete
Old Abirem Anglican Junior High school project.

He said school if completed would consist of a
three unit classroom block, computer room, head teacher’s office, and a store
room.

By
Eunice Tekie Tei, GNA

New Abirem (E/R), July 4, GNA- Obrempong Kwasi
Amoh Kyeretwie I, the Chief of Abirem has called for support from
philanthropist, NGOs and the government to support the community to complete
Old Abirem Anglican Junior High school project.

He said school if completed would consist of a
three unit classroom block, computer room, head teacher’s office, and a store
room.

Speaking in an interview with the Ghana News
Agency (GNA), Obrempong Amoh I said the project was initiated by the
traditional leaders due to the inadequate classroom challenges facing them.
 

He said the traditional leaders inspected the
school and therefore decided to carry out the project but due to financial
constraints, the project got stalled.

He hinted that over GH¢200,000.00 had been spent
on the project but there were more to be done and called on corporate bodies to
complete the project.

Obrempong Amoh I said it formed part of his
social responsibilities to ensure that inhabitants in the mining communities
had access to quality education to minimise the high rate of illiteracy facing
them.

He therefore sent an SOS to the government to
speed up with the construction of the road from Nkawkaw to Abirim which for
months had been abandoned.

Aside the mining that takes place in the Birim
North District, inhabitants in the area are mostly farmers and cultivate
oranges, cocoa, cassava, plantain and other vegetables, he added.

GNA  


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