To help address the furniture deficit in the Builsa South Constituency, MP for the area, Dr Clement Apaak has provided 200 dual desks to selected basic schools. The initiative, according to the MP who doubles as the Deputy Ranking Member on the Education Select Committee in Parliament, is aimed at tackling furniture challenges amongst basic schools in the area.
Dr Apaak indicated that he understands the importance of comfort to school children thus his commitment to investing resources to improve the sector.
Speaking on behalf of the MP after the donation, the NDC’s Constituency Secretary for the area, Richard Kazi explained that education will continue to be top among the myriad of problems to be addressed by the MP.
He said, “we all know that this is not enough looking at the furniture deficit we have here, but I can assure you that the MP is not sleeping over it.”
Touching on the ripped-off roofs of some 21 schools by the recent rainstorm, the Secretary indicated that the MP was in the process of getting the needed resource to help salvage the situation.
“The MP is doing his best to mobilize resources to roof the schools which had roofs ripped off by the rainstorms. At least 21 classrooms across the constituency need their roofs fixed. But collectively we can assist as we all yarn for the best for our children,” he said.
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