The 20 seater toilet facilities with mechanized bore-hole and electrical hand dryer was constructed for each school by the Accra Sewerage Improvement Project and financed by the assembly.
Ms Rita Odoley Sowah, the La Dade-Kotopon Municipal Chief Executive (MCE) in a speech, urged teachers and students to observe a high maintenance culture to prolong the lifespan of the facilities.
She advised the students to be respectful and obedient to their teachers whilst keeping to their books to become responsible citizens in future.
Ms Sowah asked the teachers to show greater love to the students, who might have had issues at home before coming to school, adding that, this would encourage and show them that someone cares about their welfare.
She urged the head teachers to instill reading habits in the pupils to enhance teaching and learning, and also use the local languages to illustrate situations.
She said plans were far advanced to fence the schools in the municipality to protect the facilities from intruders.
Mrs Bernice Addae, the Municipal Director of Education advised students and pupils to conduct themselves well and congratulated the MCE for her vision towards education in the municipality.
She said the facilities have come as a big relief to the schools because pupils and students would no longer queue to attend to nature?s call, which disrupts academic work.
Mr Emmanuel Nyarko Baah, the assembly member for the new Kaajaanor Electoral Area expressed gratitude to all, who contributed towards the provision of the toilet facilities.
Source : GNA/newsghana.com.gh