The eighteen-classroom block, to be named Korlegonno Millennium City School, forms part of the assembly’s initiative to end the shift education system.
The Chief Executive of the Accra Metropolitan Assembly, Mr. Ako Vanderpuije, disclosed this at the closing ceremony of a month-long extra classes for about 8,000 students in Ablekuma South Constituency.
He said the constituency had the highest number of school children within the AMA, hence the need to invest in educational infrastructure in the area, to improve access to leaning.
Mr. Vanderpuije commended teachers, parents and students for supporting the project, adding that the assembly would continue to invest in education, which is the foundation for national development.
He urged the students to learn hard and pass their examination to be able to pursue high education to acquire knowledge and skills for national development.
Nii Owuo Owuo, the chief of Korlegonno, thanked AMA for its contribution to the development of education in the area.
By Malik Sullemana