Nana Baffour Yaw Boateng, together with the MCE for AWMA unveiled the architectural expression of the project
The Municipal Chief Executive (MCE) for the Ayawaso West Municipal Assembly (AWMA), Sandra Owusu-Ahinkorah, yesterday cut the sod for the construction of a two-classroom block for the Dzorwulu A & B primary schools in Accra.
The project, sponsored by the Accra Friendship Club, a keep fit club, also comprises of an Information Communication Technology (ICT) laboratory and an ultramodern library for the school.
Assisting the MCE in cutting the sod for the commencement of the project was Nana Baffour Yaw Boateng, Otumfour Domenase Hene, who pledged Ghc10, 000 as support to the project.
Delivering his address at the brief sod-cutting ceremony held at the forecourt of the Dzorwulu A & B primary schools, Chairman for the Accra Friendship Club, Paa Gyima Genfi stated that the construction of the two-classroom block and it’s related features forms part of their corporate social responsibilities as a club.
He disclosed that he, together with his executives and members supported and consented to the construction of the edifice, following a request by the MCE.
He added that, the contract has been awarded and funds already made available for the immediate commencement of work on the site.
The MCE, on her part, commended the Accra Friendship Club for their kind gesture and remarked that the project will go a long way to address the many infrastructural challenges facing the school while improving teaching and learning.
“The best investment to ensure the future success of a child is to invest in the early years of their lives through education”, she opined, adding that the Ayawaso West Municipal Assembly exists to provide socio-economic and environmental services by leveraging on both human and material resources for the development of the municipality.
“It is our vision to become a first class client-focused Assembly providing sustainable development to the people”, she stressed.
The sod ceremony was attended by a host of important personalities including representatives from government institutions and political parties who supported in various ways to the project.
By Nii Adjei Mensahfio