As part of his commitment to ensure that children in his constituency attend school regularly to improve standard of education, Member of Parliament for Agotime-Ziope has presented over 30 bicycles to some school children in the area.
The bicycles which were p=occured with the support of a local Non Governmental Organisation, Adamu, is to ease transportation difficulties of of the children who walks between 5-9 km to school daily from remote communities.
The presentation which happened to be second of it kind was presented to schools including
Kpetoe EP JHS, Kpetoe RC JHS, Kpetoe CEPS JHS, Batume-Junction JHS and Akpokorpe JHS for onward transfer to their pupils who travel long distances to school everyday.
At a brief presentation ceremony held at Kpetoe EP Primary campus, Nene Tu Abri V, on behalf of the Chiefs and people of Agotime-Ziope thanked the MP for giving so much attention to Education in the Constituency.
The Chief who couldn’t hide his joy over the MP work, charged the beneficiary pupils to let the gesture of the MP reflect in their academic performance.
Jerry Kotoka, a representative of Adanu, an NGO, explained the bicycles were the property of the school and that when the beneficiary pupils finished school they were to bring them back for other pupils with similar predicaments to also benefit.
Madam Moudy, Head of Examinations at Ghana Education Services (GES) in Agotime-Ziope expressed appreciation to the MP and the development partners for their support to Education in the Constituency.
On his part, Mr Charles Agbeve, MP for the constituency assured the Chiefs and people of his commitment to continue with support for education in the constituency.
He iterated that the district could only develop better if it is able to get the fundamentals of education right.
Some of the beneficiary pupils with joy of smiles thanked the MP for his intervention and promised to use the bikes for the purpose to be in school ontime.