Manya Krobo(E/R), Feb. 06, GNA – Authorities and students of some Senior High Schools (SHSs), including the Presbyterian College of Education, in the Eastern Region, have expressed gratitude to the government for fulfilling its promises by providing their infrastructural needs.The authorities said this when Mr Victor Emmanuel Smith, the Eastern Regional Care-taker Minister, on Tuesday inspected education infrastructures that were promised by government in some SHSs in the Upper Manya Krobo and Lower Manya Krobo districts.Some of the schools Mr Smith visited were Asesewa SHS where a three-storey girls? dormitory had been completed and being used, Krobo Girls SHS where a multipurpose assembly hall is about 97 percent complete and?? Manya Krobo SHS where a two-storey classroom is under construction.Mr Smith also inspected a two-storey boys? dormitory at Akro SHS, a two-storey classroom block under construction and a three-storey girls? dormitory which is 91 percent complete but is being occupied by students.He also visited the Akropong Presbyterian College of Education to see the level at which the four-storey administration block had reached.The schools? authorities said they were happy for the projects and expressed gratitude to the government for fulfilling their promises.The schools however had water provision challenges, means of transport, assembly and dining halls and staff accommodation and appealed to the government to intervene urgently to solve their water problems for them.Mr Smith assured them of government?s commitment to providing more facilities to schools to enhance education in the country and that it would not renege on its promises.Mr Smith also interacted with the students and appealed to them to augment government?s efforts to enhance education by taking their studies seriously.GNA

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