E-Block Akufo-Addo asked Aflao Chief to complete starts admission of students – Apply

Community Day Senior High Technical School at Aflao (Aflao SHTS)
Community Day Senior High Technical School at Aflao (Aflao SHTS)

The newly built Community Day Senior High Technical School at Aflao (Aflao SHTS) located in the Ketu South Municipality of the Volta region, Ghana where President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo asked Chief of Aflao, Torgbui Adzonugaga Amenya Fiti to complete, has been opened now for admission.

According to the management of the school, currently, the main placements have been done. The first placement of students is still ongoing. The Ghana Education Service/Ministry of Education has authorized management of the school through the Volta Regional Directorate of Education to start the enrollment of the students that qualify to enter the school.

Mr. Michael Yao Tsuiatorfe, Ketu South Municipal Director, Ghana Education Service (GES) has confirmed the information.


In view of this, management of the Aflao Senior High Technical School (SHTS) is announcing to the general public about vacancies in their school.

All Basic Education Certificate Examination (BECE) candidates who are not placed yet, /or have not enrolled in their placed schools /or are placed but couldn’t report are all being invited.

Re-entry for those who completed BECE from 2017 to 2020 is also available.

All interested students are invited and directed to call the Head Master of the school Mr Abiwu /or the Ghana Education Service (GES) Ketu South for further enquires on the admission process.


Mr. Abiwu (Headmaster) (0243148452)

GES Ketu South (0243414315)

With regards to challenges in the whole process of admission, kindly contact Mickson Akpavor on (0241584019) to address the challenge.


You will recall that, Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo, President of the Republic of Ghana has created controversy when he asked the Chief of Aflao, the paramount Chief of the Aflao Traditional area, Torgbui Adzonugaga Amenya Fiti to complete the project by himself while speaking in an interview.

His comments came after Torgbui Fiti gave the government through the Ministry of Education a four-month ultimatum to open the abandoned E-Block started by former President John Dramani Mahama.


According to the Chief, the Community Day Senior High School has stalled since 2016 after President John Dramani Mahama left office.

The GH¢9 million project which was part of some 200 classroom blocks the John Dramani Mahama’s administration started was supposed to have some 26 classrooms attached and 5 departments including a science block.

Torgbui Adzonugaga Amenya Fiti speaking with the Minority side of the Education Committee who toured the uncompleted school buildings in the Ketu South constituency says, government’s approach to education is appalling.

“After senior high school education, the next degree that my people have to do is to go to the border to go and do kayayo, no school. The only school that we have is the RC Senior High School that belongs to the Catholic Mission Minor Seminary. So this thick population have no place to go and people sit down in that big hall called parliament and not thinking about Aflao, a place after the Tema Harbour , the next revenue generation is from the Aflao border.” He said.

“I had to push the former President Mahama for the structure to be constructed over there. I had to be running from here to Accra begging. Should we beg for education?”

But Mr Akufo-Addo questioned why the Chief is giving the sector minister an ultimatum.

He said on Accra based Peace FM Thursday October 21 that “Many of the E-blocks are being worked on across the country.

“Is he [Aflao Chief] the one to give the minister ultimatum then he should go ahead and complete the project.”

It is believed that, now the chief and his people have indeed completed the project and opened it for admission.

SOURCE: Coverghana.com.gh


1 Comment

  1. Massa, please tell me in plain language. Is it the Chief and his elders who completed the building? A yes or no as your answer will suffice.
    The It is Believed That The Chief And His Elders Completed It Is Not a plain or definite position, Sir.

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