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Saturday, June 18, 2011

Support Mills to deliver on promise- Ho MCE

    Ho, Jun 3, (Mensah), GNA- Mr Isaac Kodobisah, Ho Municipal Chief Executive has urged Ghanaians to support the government of President John Evans Atta Mills’ to deliver on its “Better Ghana Agenda”.
    He said given the achievements of the government so far it was safe to say that the Agenda is firmly on course to being realized.
    He was speaking at a ceremony to present 95 sets of school uniforms to pupils of Airfield Municipal Assembly School Complex at Tsiyinu-Agbokope in the Ho Municipality on Friday.
     Mr Kodobisah said though the government’ has achieved landmark successes in all sectors those in the educational sector were phenomenal.
 In the Ho Municipality alone, over 3100 schol uniforms have been distributed to pupils in over 30 schools, 24 schools built to eradicate schools under trees with seven schools enjoying the school feeding programme.”
     Mr Kodobisah said these were in addition to the distribution of exercise and textbooks, increase in capitation grants and the increase in the number of schools under the school feeding programme.
     “What the government of President Mills needs is the peace of mind and total support of the citizenry to deliver on his entire manifesto promises to make Ghana a better country to live in”, he said.
 He advised students to concentrate on their studies.
 Mr Yao Seidu, Ho Deputy Municipal Director of Education in-charge of Supervision said school children were the future of the community which must help nurture them into useful citizens.
 He therefore urged parents and the community to supplement government’s efforts at providing better education for all.
 Mr George Agbezuge, Headmaster of the school thanked Captain George Infojoh (rtd), Ho-Central Member of Parliament (MP) for the provision of 100 desks for the school.
 At  Bakpe L/A Primary School, where sets of school uniforms were given to the pupils the Acting Headmistress, Ms Benedicta Korwutor appealed for the provision of electricity and student desks.
 She said the school with over 120 pupils “did not  have a single desk”, a situation which she said was not helping teaching and learning in the school.
03 June 11.

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