The Member of Parliament for the Kpando constituency, Della Sowah, has expressed excitement over the completion of the Avertikope six-uint classroom block, a project she inspected Monday.
The MP believes the completion of the project will augment the existing gap in the basic education infrastructural deficit in the area.
Her visit follows earlier tour of the constituency to inspect similar projects which are at various stages of completion. These include the 3-unit JHS at Dzigbe, Dzewoe, a 12-unit 2-storey at Dafor, a 12-storey unit at St. Thomas Tsakpe, a 6-unit classroom block at Bame and a kindergarten and day care facility at Gbefi Tornu.
The MP reaffirmed her unflinching commitment to the development of education in the Kpando constituency.
She used the occasion to assure the people of Avertikope of her continuous commitment to the development of the area and thanked them for their continues support so far.
She admonished the indigenes to have faith in her and the NDC going into elections 2020.
Meanwhile, spokesperson for the MP, Benjamin Avornyotse has disclosed Madam Della takes particular interest in facilitating education in the area citing among other things a scholarship scheme she instituted to give opportunities to many students in the constituency, both at the secondary and tertiary levels.
According to him, the MP last year also supported schools in Kpando that participated in the National Science and Math quiz competition.