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Damanko Chief Calls for Completion of Abandoned Community Day SHS

BY: Obrempongba K. Owusu|Voltaonlinegh.com|

Nana Sampson Mboribe III of Damanko Traditional Area in the Nkwanta North District of the Volta Region has called on government to complete an abandoned E-Block Project in the community to enhance access to education in the district.

The E-block project which was started under the erstwhile Mahama administration had stalled after the current government took over administration of the country.

Nana Sampson Mboribe III disclosed that earlier attempts to engage the government to finish work on the Damanko Community Day Senior High School (SHS) which is about 85 per cent complete proved futile.

He made this known while speaking in an interview with voltaonlinegh.com during a visit to the community of a population of over 10,000 people with no SHS for their children to access.

He described the situation as a total slap and neglect from the government to provide children of the community access to quality senior high school education.

The Assemblyman for Damanko West Electoral Area, Mr. Champua Ali Adams also expressed his displeasure about the abandoned school project.

He therefore added his voice to the call for a swift intervention from government to enable children in the community have access to education.


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