The District Chief Executive (DCE) for the Tatale – Sanguli district in the Northern Region of Ghana, Thomas Mbomba, has donated furniture worth thousands of Ghana cedis to the Ghana Education Service (GES) in the district to solve the furniture issues in the district.
This follows a reportage by Savanna Diaries on the inadequacy of classroom furniture facing some schools in the district most especially Bulkpali D/A Primary school earlier this year.
Mr. Mbomba has advised Headteachers of various basic schools in the district to admit more students for them to benefits from the free SHS programme.
The DCE indicated that, the free SHS education has reduced the financial burden of parents in sending their wards to second cycle institutions for a year now. He also promised that government will continuously improve upon the programme to ensure quality education across the country.
Confirming this to savannadaries.com, the Public Relations Officer (PRO) at the office of the District Chief Executive, Mr. Makabe Abraham Tawia, said the chairs will be be released to GES to be distributed to the deprived schools in the area.
“The Honourable DCE, Thomas Mbomba will soon release a number of furniture to GES to solve part of the furniture problems in the Tatale/Sanguli district” he said.
Mr. Tawia further explained, that the DCE is in the position to raise the image of the district in order to catch up with other developed districts in the country. He added that, authorities of the Tatale district has many developmental projects in the pipeline and will unveil them with time .
He urged the district to maintain Nana Addo and the NPP in the 2020 elections for them to successfully complete those projects.
Savanna Diaries/Nlaala Joseph Nwani