MP fixes agenda no chairs in Aburaman SHS with durable metal chairs
News circulating was that students of Aburaman Senior High School (SHS) sit on cement blocks to learn as a result of inadequate school desks but the Member of Parliament (MP) for Abura Asebu Kwamankese (AAK), Mr. Elvis Morris Donkor has fixed the situation by providing hundreds of durable metal chairs to improve teaching and learning in the school.
”I have already supplied the school with 850 Mono desks so there was no way the students would sit on cement blocks to learn” he stated.
Mr. Morris Donkor who toured the school with the media including Morning Show Hosts saw every student was sitting on a chair comfortably studying.
The MP has again supported the construction of a 12-unit classroom block, boys and girls dormitory which contain 240 bed capacity as well as Teachers quarters which are at the roofing level. “Hopefully Aburaman SHS will soon move in to their new classroom blocks”.
Mr. Morris Donkor also stormed Abakrampa Senior High School to inspect a number of projects including a 12-unit classroom block, boys and girls dormitory as part of his two days tour with the media with the aim to update the populace about what he and his boss President Nana Addo are doing in AAK Constituency.
Some of the projects the MP inspected are ultra-modern market, Construction of National Health Insurance Scheme (NHIS) block, CHIPS Compound, construction of Children’s ward at Abura Dunkwa hospital.
The rest are extension of Emergency ward, provision of Incubators, construction of citrus factory, construction of roads, drainages, teachers flat among others. He appealed to the media and stakeholders within the Constituency to help him push for more infrastructure development.
“I need everybody on board including the media for the betterment of the Constituency since I cannot do it alone because as an MP my role is to lobby.
Mr. Morris Donkor expressed sadness about a number of untarred roads within his Constituency, adding, out 265 communities in his Constituency, only six communities can boast of tarred roads though his government has started something.
On his part, the Medical Superintendent of Abura Dunkwa hospital, Dr. Takyi Duayeden applauded the MP and government for helping the hospital to achieve a universal health coverage.
He appealed to the government and the MP to extend the males and female wards from seven bed capacity to 30bed capacity to boost healthcare delivery in the area.
Dr. Duayeden again appealed for the construction of an administration block for the hospital as well as fence wall to ensure their safety.
Source: Gordon, 2021.