Tain DCE inspects Soronoase, Nkrankrom projects
Tain District Chief Executive, Madam Charity Akua Foriwaa Dwommoh together with officials from the Rotary Club and staff of the District Assembly embarked on site inspection of six unit classroom block at Soronoase/Kwaedende and Nkrankrom communities in the District to monitor the progress of work.

Date Created : 2/6/2019 12:06:16 AM : Story Author : Isaac Yeboah/

The DCE together with and the officials of the Rotary Club performed the sod cutting for the project in October last year with the project expected to be completed and commissioned in September this year.

The six unit U-Shaped classroom blocks comes with ancillary facilities such as library, stores office, solar lighting system, borehole, computer room, staff common room, and 10-seater micro flush toilet for the school.

The project is being undertaken by Rotary Club International and to be implemented by the Sunyani Central and East Rotary club respectively, an NGO the DCE attracted to assist the Assembly to ensuring the development of the area.

Mr. Walter Hughes of Rotary Club International, Virginia, expressed the hope that the chiefs and the people in the various communities would play their part to ensure the completion of the project within the stipulated period. He assured the communities of more projects if they provide their contributions effectively towards the completion of the project through communal labour.

The DCE called on the people to play their roles more effectively as their contributions to the project, because the work of the NGO should be seen as a collaborative effort, and that the communities should show commitment to the project.

She commended the people for the high communal spirit they have exhibited so far.

The team also inspected a piece of land to establish a Junior High School (JHS) at Adadiease Junction to prevent pupils from walking many kilometres to have access to JHS education.

The project which would start soon will make it possible children in the area to continue their education at least to a Junior High School.