Commissioning Of Borehole Water Project For Kwabenakwa- Domeabra Methodist School

EUCHRESTOS FUNDATION, in their quest to touch lives within schools and communities commissioned a borehole water project for Kwabenakwa – Domeabra Methodist primary and J.H.S. The founder and president of the foundation who doubles as an Apostle Dr.Abraham Ofori Kuragu, explained briefly to the audience as to what fueled the decision to construct borehole water project for the school. He said it was necessary for such a project to be done because of how students walk long distances to get portable water from nearby communities. Most of these students he further said, expose themselves to great danger by walking on the roadside with vehicles speeding here and there. As an immediate past area head of the Apostolic Church-Ghana who lived within the vicinity where the school is situated, could not relent but had to seek for help from some group of people to construct the borehole water project. Special acknowledgement was given by him to his colleagues from Prempeh College (1981-1983) year group for their immense support to bring this conceived thought into fruition. He concluded by officially handing over the completed project to the Obuasi East District Assembly and pleaded that maintenance of the facility should be prioritized.

A key representative from the Obuasi East District Assembly, who was the special guest of honor for the ceremony, Honorable Faustina Amissah (D.C.E for Obuasi East District), in her acceptance speech, expressed her profound gratitude and that of the Assembly to the EUCHRESTOS FOUNDATION for such benevolence. She wholeheartedly accepted the project on behalf of the District Assembly and assured all and sundry of the Assembly’s commitment towards maintaining the facility to function for years. Honorable Faustina Amissah called on the Teaching Staff, non-teaching staff, students and members of P.T.A to ensure the project remains in a good condition always for the betterment of the school . In her concluding words, she pleaded on the foundation and others to continue supporting the Assembly in addressing challenges and difficulties facing communities and schools within Obuasi East District.

After the commissioning of the borehole water project, the District Chief Executive (D.C.E) took some time off her busy schedule, to visit Siloam Mission Clinic at Kwabenakwa . NHIS Accreditation is a major challenge faced by the clinic and Honorable Faustina Amissah assured them that she will contact the appropriate offices to address this challenge. She admonished indigenes of the community to patronize the clinic for medical related treatments.