Nana Nketsia Memorial School benefits from new classroom block

CLASSROOMNana Nketsia Memorial School in Essikado in the Western region has received a major facelift with the construction of a three classroom block.

The $60,000 project would ensure that the pupils are not crowded in one classroom because of lack of educational facility.

The project funded by the Technip Ten Project initiative also saw the company renovate the old school building, construct a drainage system for the library and also provided furniture and toys for the nursery school.

The gesture according to the chief operating officer for Technip, Ian Stevenson, was part of the company’s corporate social responsibilities.

He added that, the building would go a long way to serve the educational needs of the people within the region.

He also urged authorities of the school to take good care of the facility and ensure the children benefit from the facility.

Queen Mother of the Essikado traditional area, Baahemaa Kodu expressed gratitude to Technip for the timely intervention adding that, it would benefit the entire community as the children raised from the school would become useful to the society.

She called on other organisations to assist communities with such facilities that would be of great benefit to the people and the nation as a whole.

The Queen mother assured the company of adequate maintenance of the facility, and protection against unauthorised people including churches.

The Technip Ten Project include, fabrication of jumpers at the Sekondi Naval Base, marine supply base inside Sekondi naval base at deep water quay. and installation and supply of vessels.

By Michael D. Abayateye

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