The Sekyere Kumawu District Assembly yesterday held its general assembly meeting for the presentation of the 2022 budget statement.
The District Chief Executive, Hon. Samuel Addai Agyekum through the budget officer enumerated projects completed and yet-to-be completed. Such projects and interventions include:
- Constructed CHPS compound at Wonoo Presby Mission
Manufactured and distributed 500 dual and mono desk for basic schools
A total of 4,752 people have been trained on Modernized Agricultural Practices (No-till agriculture, Value Chain in Agriculture and demonstration farms)
20-unit ground floor lockable stores constructed at Kumawu market
Constructed 1no. 10 seater WC toilet facility at Apebiakyere
Constructed and furnished a 1no. Fire Service station with packing bay
Constructed and furnished a 1no. Police Station at Akotosu to improve security in the district
3-unit classroom block with ancillary facilities is being constructed at Woraso
Construction of CHPS compound at Abotanso at completion level etc …
Also, the district is bent on supporting community self-initiated projects such as:
- Completion of 2no. toilet facilities at Oyoko
Completion of Bodomase Presby JHS
Completion of the Chief Park
Construction of Police station at Banko
Expansion of Cocoa, Cashew, Pawpaw and Rice seedlings to farmers
Construct canopy walkway, recreational centers and tree houses at Bomfobiri water falls etc…
Despite the above listed projects, new ones have been captured in the budget statement to be undertaken next year.
Amongst the several strategic and critical projects to see fruition is the construction of an ultramodern “Kumawuman Girls’ Senior High School” in Kumawu.
Speaking to the media, Hon. Samuel Addai Agyekum, indicated his strongest desire to ensuring that girls within Sekyere Kumawu, experience the best of formal education, hence the establishment of the Kumawuman Girls’ Senior High School which has been captured in the 2022 budget statement.
He further reiterated that the Kumawuman Girls’ Senior High School has been a long term dream of the district.
The traditional authorities together with other stakeholders expressed joy with plans in place for the construction of the girls’ senior high school, which will have enormous benefits on the beneficiaries in the Sekyere Kumawu enclave. It also will encourage girl-child education within the area.
Story by Nana Kwame Afriyie