- Asiedu Nketia has put up a teachers' quarters in his hometown
- The NDC scribe gifted the 4-unit two-bedroom to the Nkoranman Senior High School
The General Secretary of the opposition party National Democratic Congress (NDC) Asiedu Nketia, handed over a 4-unit two-bedroom teachers quarters worth GH¢400,000 to the Nkoranman Senior High School (SHS) at Seikwa in the Tain District of the Brong Ahafo region.
Asiedu Nketia revealed that the project initially begun while he was assemblyman at Seikwa as part of a campaign promise at the time to the constituents.
The project to construct the school was later taken up by government and in commemoration of the 25th anniversary, he pledged an anniversary project.
As part of the silver jubilee project he commissioned the project which is made up of four units of two-bedroom flats for teachers.
He then handed over to the District Chief Executive (DCE) who in turn handed it over to the school.
According to him, he seemed funds from institutions including such as GOIL and former alumni of school who are we financially stable to pitch in in order to bring the project to life.
He went on to reveal that the project had been named after him.
He used the opportunity to urge assembly members not to depend on common fund to embark on projects instead there should be a personal initiative involved.
The school has come a long way since its hay days when they had to use a partitioned room as a classroom.
Their infrastructural fortunes begun to rise when the government through GETFUND during the last five years saw and infrastructural growth in the school which included a dining hall which doubled as an assembly hall, IT and science laboratories and a host of other improvements.
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