Berekum West DCE Gets Bags Of Cements From GHACEM To Renovate Schools
The acting District Chief Executive, Isaac Osei noted that at least every school on average will have 50 bags of cement.
The GHACEM Cement Foundation as part of its corporate social responsibility has approved an unspecified number of cement for the renovation of 24 schools in the Berekum West District of the Bono Region.
This was revealed by the acting District Chief Executive, Isaac Osei on Ark in the morning monitored by Soiree News on Thursday September 9, 2021.
According to him, a proposal with pictures of all the 24 schools was sent to the foundation for assistance for over a year now and is excited the request has been granted as was published in the Wednesday, September 8, 2021 edition of Daily Graphic.
The beneficiary schools include; St. Augustine SHS, Jinijini SHS, Jinijini SDA Basic School, Nkyenkyemamu D/A Basic School, Domfete R/C , Nkantanka D/A, Koraso R/C primary School, Nsapor Methodist Primary School, Jinijini D/A Basic School, Koraso R/C ‘B’ Basic School, Fetentaa D/A School, Jinijini Methodist Basic School, and Presby ‘A’ Basic School, Jinijini.
The others are Botokrom D/A school, St. Lucy School-Jinijni, Ayimom R/C Basic School, Amomaso D/A School, Nanansuano D/A Basic School, Jinijini R/C Basic School, Fetentaa Methodist D/A KG/Primary School, Abisaase/Tewobaabi D/A school, Benkasa Basic School and Abi D/A Basic School.
Mr. Osei said he together with the education director and headmasters of the various schools will on September 30, 2021 go for the official presentation of the cement at the Golden Tulip Hotel in Ashanti Regional Capital, Kumasi.
Ghacem Cement Foundation was established by Ghacem Cement Foundation in 2002 to assist deprived communities to improve their health and educational infrastructure. The foundation has since its inception given a total of 600,000 bags of cement to deprived communities across the country valued at a cost of Ghc 27 million.
The acting District Chief Executive said he is hopeful that the cement will serve the purpose for which they were presented.
Although he is unaware of the specific number, Mr Osei noted that at least every school on average will have 50 bags of cement. However, others may have as many as 100 or more. He then commended the education director, all headmasters and other staff of the Assembly for their immense contribution towards this achievement.
Nana Ama Asiedu, Bono Region