He said the community school had grown rapidly, but it could not keep pace with infrastructural development demands and thus needed the government’s intervention to keep alive the hope of young people interested in technical and vocational training.
Togbe Dzaga made the appeal at this year’s Zendo Glimetsoza festival at Klefe, near Ho. It had the theme, “Uniting in diversity for development”.
He said the school, through the production of graduates with requisite vocational and technical skills, had revived the interest of the youth in technical education in the catchment area.
Togbe Dzaga said the increasing student population was indicative of the interest of the youth in acquiring employable skills, with some graduates having established enterprises to help to expand the local economy.
He commended the government for the development projects in Klefe and the Zendo communities, and reiterated the preparedness of chiefs in the communities to support government’s efforts towards developing the areas.
Madam Fafa Adinyira, Ho Municipal Chief Executive, assured of the government’s commitment to transforming lives through social intervention programmes and the provision of basic social amenities.