MTN Ghana Foundation expects to commission a brand new 6-unit classroom for the Adugyama Senior High school by February 2020.
This was revealed when officials of the telecommunications service provider inspected the ongoing project today, Wednesday 11th December, 2019.
Acting General Manager for the Northern Business District of MTN; Simon Amoh in an interview revealed that the school requested help from the foundation for extra classroom and boarding facilities.
He explained that the MTN Ghana Foundation decided to first help with the classroom facilities to enhance teaching and learning in the school.
The building which is yet to be roofed, is fitted with washrooms, water tanks, a storeroom, and a staff common room.
The MTN officials also assured that the new block will be “very disability-friendly”.
The project is estimated to cost about Five Hundred Thousand Cedis (GHC500,000).
www.rawgist.com has learnt that there are more students than the classrooms can contain; a situation that pushed the school’s management to seek help towards the expansion.
Source: Bernard Buachi/rawgist.com