The Member of Parliament (MP) for Abura Asebu Kwamankese (AAK) Constituency, Mr. Elvis Morris Donkor has directed School authorities not to rent out classroom blocks for funerals, Camp meetings, Church Services and other related events but strictly reserve them for teaching and learning purposes.
The lawmaker gave the directive when he led a delegation to Moree fishing community to inspect a well-furnished ultra-modern 6-unit classroom block with a water closet toilet and an air condition facility for both teachers and pupils of the area
“The problem we have in this country is maintenance culture and we are going to do everything possible to make sure that the structure is maintained to stand out as a unique facility for the Moree fishing community and the Constituency in general. Henceforth, I would urge authorities to desist from renting out classroom blocks for funerals, Camp meetings, Church Services and other related events “he said.
Mr. Morris Donkor said “the pupils of D/A Basic Moree were running morning and afternoon shift system due to the bad nature of the classroom block’ hence, the construction of the unique classroom block for them”, the MP stated.
He also visited Alma Mater, Aggrey Memorial Zion School within his Constituency to acquaint himself with projects that have been going on as well as to find out some of the challenges facing the school.
Later, he inspected the well-furnished 12-Unit Classroom block which was built by his boss, President Nana Addo to ease congestion in Senior High Schools (SHS) as part of the government-free SHS policy.
Mr. Morris Donkor also inspected the ongoing boys’ dormitory and the completion of the administration blocks within the school where he promised his Alma Mater to use his position as MP to help the school with more infrastructure projects as well as to lobby for furniture for the school.
The Headmistress of Aggrey Memorial Zion School, Madam Kate Annan Wilberforce applauded President Nana Addo and MP, Morris Donkor for their support to the school and appealed to them to build more classroom blocks for the school to end the double-track system in the school.