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STUDENTS URGED TO TAKE EDUCATION SERIOUSLY

The Chief of Buoku, Nana Addai Sekyeredu, has called on the Ghana Education Service (GES) and stakeholders in education to assist Buoku Senior High School to get a Headmaster and Teaching and Learning Materials. He said the support will go a long way to enhance quality education in the area. Nana Sekyeredu made the call during the inauguration of the Buoku Senior High School near Wenchi in the Brong-Ahafo region. He noted that the Buoko Traditonal council allocated 68 acres of land for the construction of SHS in Buoku. Touching on other challenges, Nana Sekyeredu mentioned tables and chairs for the students and teachers as well as provision of first aid in the School. He advised parents to prioritize the wellbeing of their children and tasked the management of the school to play their part diligently. Nana Sekyeredu was grateful to the NDC government lead by President John Dramani Mahama for the provision of the school. The Wenchi Municipal Director of Education, Kwadwo Osei-Asibey entreated the students to eschew bad behaviour and attach seriousness to their education. He equally charged them to cultivate the habit of discipline, respect and obedience. Mr. Osei-Asibey, giving a brief history of the school noted that it was established on 20th October, 2014 with total number of 64 students made up of 44 males and 24 females as well as five teachers, adding that the school currently offers General Arts. He pledged GES support to the school to ensure quality education. The Municipal Chief Executive for Wenchi, Alhji Hakibu Dauda, used the opportunity to reveal to the people of Buoku that, Buoku SHS has been selected among the second 50 community day Senior High Schools to be constructed throughout the country as part of the promise made by President John Mahama to build 200 new day SHS across the country. Mr. Dauda noted that government will soon release ten thousand Ghana cedis for the commencement of the construction of the school, saying, the building will comprise of 24 classrooms, administration block, library and laboratory. He commended Nanamom for their commitment toward the school. Mr. Dauda further entreated the students to make good use of the facility provided and pledged government’s support to the school, especially in respect of the Headmaster.
Source/AMB/developghana.com                         
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