Hon. Amewu commissions 6-unit classroom block for Fodome Helu R/C JHS

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The Honourable Member of Parliament for the Hohoe Constituency Mr. John-Peter Amewu has commissioned a 6-unit classroom block for Fodome Helu R/C Junior High School in his Constituency.

The MP joined the chiefs and people of Fodome-Helu on Sunday, 17th October, 2021 to commission a new 6-unit classroom block that would serve as the Junior High School for the people of Fodome-Helu.

A few months back during the campaign, the chiefs, leadership of the school, and some prominent fodome citizens appealed for the MP’s assistance to renovate the over 70-year-old structure that was sinking and had developed major cracks making it unsafe for both teachers and pupils.

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With this, the MP has lobbied through the GETfund for the construction of this 6-unit classroom and work started earnestly. “I am glad we are here today to commission this building that has now been completed.
The 6 unit classroom block has an office, store room, and a library.” John-Peter Amewu said.

According to him, this 6 unit classroom block is just the beginning as they are currently working on the UHAS- HOHOE campus project to be situated in Fodome, as well as the TVET center which will also be built-in Fodome.

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“My vision is to make Fodome the educational hub for the Hohoe constituency. This would lead to the economic growth and development of the fodome area amongst others.”

“I am happy that as a first-time NPP MP for Hohoe, we continue to demonstrate to our people that we came to make a difference, to be of service to our people, and to invest in the human capital potential of the constituency.” He said.

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Present at the commissioning was the MCE for Hohoe, Hon. Noble Daniel Awume, Constituency Chairman Hon. Anthony Kondobrey, other party executives amongst others.

SOURCE: Coverghana.com.gh


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