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Asebu Gets SHS


Mrs Ama Benyiwa Doe receiving the award on behalf of Mr Amissah Arthur from the chiefAsebu Gets SHS

The paramount chief of Asebu Traditional Area, Nana Dr Okatakyi Amenfi VII, as part of efforts to make Senior High School (SHS) Education accessible in the traditional area, is constructing an SHS at Amosima in Abura-Asebu-Kwamankese (AAK) District of the Central Region.

In view of that, a committee will be inaugurated for its take-off in 2013-2014 academic years, using temporary accommodation while efforts will be made to develop the permanent site earmarked for the school.

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Nana Dr Amenfi disclosed these over the weekend at the annual Apayamkese Festival celebrated by the chiefs and people of Asebu.

The paramount chief noted that the theme for the festival, ‘Empowering the Youth through Education-Key to Development’, was chosen because they believed the future of the traditional area depended on the youth.

He said the Amenfi VII Educational Fund, which was instituted in 2010 to offer support to the development of education in the area, had become operational, adding that five needy but brilliant people who completed Junior High School (JHS) and needed to further their education to SHS benefited from the fund.

He expressed his sadness about the deplorable state of roads leading to the town and therefore called for their immediate repairs.

Nana Dr Amenfi hinted that a number of marvelous sites linked to Amenfi the Great had been identified in various communities and would soon be developed to boost the tourism sector in the country.

He expressed worry about the lack of employment in the area, which had forced young people to leave the area.

He therefore asked government to make a conscious effort to create oil-related job avenues in the region to reduce the unemployment situation in the area.

The paramount chief, who is also the vice chairman of the Central Regional House of Chiefs, revealed that he had released a parcel of land to a foreign company to establish a fruit processing factory at Asebu and hoped the factory would soon be in operation.

He stressed the need for government to provide more health facilities with qualified staff.

The paramount chief commended various political party leaders for conducting their campaign in a peaceful manner, without insult and acrimony and charged followers not to allow themselves to be used to create mayhem on the Election Day.

Six people who have contributed towards the development of the area were honored by the traditional council.

They include Vice President Paa Kwesi Amissah-Arthur and the Abura Dunkwa District Police Commander, DSP Bernard Twum-Barimah.

From Sarah Owusu-Darlington, Asebu

Source: Daily Guide/Ghana



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