Earlier in the day, the Assembly also out doored a 20-Seater Water Closet Toilet Facility with septic tank and a merchandised borehole for the Christ the King Catholic Senior High School.
The project also funded from the Assembly’s share of the District Assemblies Common Fund is envisioned to improve the sanitary conditions of the school.
Hon Amissah hinted that the Assembly will start the construction of a science lab for the school in the first quarter of 2023. This constitutes efforts by the Assembly to improve the infrastructural facilities of the school.
The headmaster of the school, George Owusu Gyimah expressed gratitude to the Assembly for attending to their needs. He said the absence of a befitting toilet facility was a major challenge facing the school.
” This is a welcome relief for all of us at CKC, we are also appealing to the Assembly and old students to help complete a 600- bed girls’ dormitory in the school, which has stalled since 2010″.