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The Bono Regional Minister, Madam Justina Owusu Banahene, on last Wednesday, Commissioned 3 Projects in the Dormaa East District.

The 3 projects which were all funded with the District Assembly’s Internally Generated fund (IGF), include a 4 unit classroom block at Wamfie Presby (A) Pre-school, a 3 unit classroom block at the Methodist Primary, also in Wamfie and a Lorry Station at Wamanafo all in the Dormaa East District.

The 4 unit classrooms for  the Presbyterian Pre-school is an entirely new  block built within 6 months, while the 3 unit classrooms for the Methodist Primary,  was an old uncompleted structure which has been fully attended to and the Lorry Station, laid with pavement blocks making it conducive for both passengers and transport operators.

At a short ceremony preceding the event, the Minister who did the opening of the projects together with the DCE, and Nananom commended the DCE and Assembly workers for their good work done. She was particularly enthused about how well the IGF is managed in the Dormaa East District.

She congratulated teachers for their sacrifices and made a passionate appeal to them to as a matter of necessity accept postings to their own localities to help shape and inspire the upcoming generation into resourceful people.

Madam Justina Banahene also called on parents as well as the children to take advantage of all the educational policies put in place by the  government by investing whatever necessary to make the most out of it while it last.

She appreciated the churches for  partnering with government in various ways for the development of this country and asked authorities to ensure the maintenance of the facility.

The District Chief Executive,  Hon Emmanuel Kofi Agyeman,  in a welcome address, enumerated several developmental projects the District has benefited from,  under this current government and prayed for the continuous support of the people.

Gyasihene of the Mansen Traditional Area Nana Deamono Asamoah kokoti kumi expressed gratitude to government for the numerous projects in the District. He advised government to ensure commitment towards fulfilling all its promises to this country to pull massive support from the people in future endeavors.

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