Hon. Francis Agboada reaches out to support Free SHS

The elected Volta Regional representative to the Council of State, Hon. Francis Nyonyo Agboada has donated some items including exercise and note books as part of his contribution towards the free Senior High School policy initiative of the current ruling government.

This forms part of his familiarisation tour to various districts in the Volta Region.

Meeting with Traditional and Religious leaders as well as Assembly Members of Krachi East, Krachi West and Krachi Nchumuru districts, he encourage them to support and show more commitment to all government policies such as the one district one factory and one village one dam initiatives, which in the end, will lead to the total development of the entire Krachi zone.

Acvording to him, Krachi is strategically located and it’s development will open the district up for commercial and industrial trade.

He appealed to the gathering to support the government as it prepares for the formation of the new region.

The chief of Bejaruso Nana Obrimpon Kanya  who spoked for Krachi Wura in his turn called on government to pay immediate attention on the town roads as well as provision of adequate and sustainable supply of water and electricity. He further called for establishment of Agricultural mechanisation centers as Agriculture is their main occupational trade in the area.

The Deputy Volta Regional Minister on his part explained that the free Senior High School policy has come to stay and therefore called on parents gathered to get themselves involved for a smooth take off of the program. Subsequently he will ensure that all the issues raised by the chiefs will be resolved appropriately

Finally the entourage paid a courtesy call on Krachi MIDWIFERY school at Krachi West district  where he assured students on a better improvement in their learning environment. He edged them to continue focus on their studies and be successful citizen.

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Theophilus Zottorgloh (PRO VRCC)


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