As part of efforts to improve education within the Garu District, the District Assembly has supported the Education Directorate with 2 cars and 16 motorbikes.
The vehicles have been distributed among the 5 education circuits within the area.
This came to light when the DCE for the area, Osman Musah spoke on the Day Break Upper East Show yesterday, Thursday, August 25, 2022.
“We have 5 zones that are having their supervisory arrangements and all of them have been properly resourced. Altogether, we have been able to resource them with 16 motorbikes to support supervision.”
“We know that supervision is the most critical as far as education is concerned. We have also been able to resource the GES office with 2 vehicles. It was a problem but now, movement is not a problem at all. We are hoping that with all this support, we would be able to enhance teaching and learning and ultimately get good results from our children,” he said.
Mr, Musah explained that the vehicles were funded by the Assembly and also through DPAD.
Within the past few months, close 1,000 desks have been procured and supplied to help salvage the 7,000 furniture deficit within the Garu District. In the coming days, another contract for the procurement and delivery of an additional 1,000 desks will be awarded.
When Osman Musah, the DCE for Garu spoke to Mark Smith on A1 Radio’s Day Break Upper East Show today, August 25, 2022, he explained that he working assiduously to close the current furniture inadequacy in the area.
Source: A1radioonline.com|101.1MHz|Mark Kwasi Ahumah Smith|Ghana