Kumawuman Girls’ Senior High School will inspire Girl Child Education
Hon. Samuel Addai Agyekum has further reiterated that the construction of the second cycle institution has been a long term dream of the district.
The Chief Executive Officer of Sekyere Kumawu District Assembly in the Ashanti Region, Hon. Samuel Addai Agyekum has assured Kumawuman that constructing a Senior High School for girls in the area will help empower Girl Child Education.
He said, amongst the several strategic and critical projects to see fruition is the construction of an ultramodern “Kumawuman Girls’ Senior High School” in Kumawu.
Speaking to the media after a budget presentation held at the assembly conference hall at Kumawu on Friday, November 19, 2021; Hon. Samuel Addai Agyekum indicated his strongest desire to ensure that Girls within Sekyere Kumawu, experience the best of formal education, hence the establishment of the Kumawuman Girls’ Senior High School which has been captured in the 2022 budget statement.
He further reiterated that the construction of the second cycle institution has been a long term dream of the district.
The traditional authorities together with other stakeholders expressed joy over the apt plans to construct the girls’ Senior High School, which will have enormous benefits on the beneficiaries in the Sekyere Kumawu enclave. They maintained that the project will encourage Girl-Child Education within the area.
The budget officer, Nana Kwame Asante seized the opportunity to enumerate the fully and yet-to-be-completed projects. The projects include a constructed CHPS compound at Wonoo Presby Mission, a 20-unit ground floor lockable stalls constructed at Kumawu market, and a constructed and furnished Fire Service station with a parking bay and a Police Station at Kumawu and Akotosu respectively.
Besides the manufacturing and distribution of 500 dual and mono desks for basic schools, a total of 4,752 people have been trained on modernized Agricultural Practices (No-till agriculture, Value Chain in Agriculture and demonstration farms).