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It Is My Pledge To Build 18 Unit Classroom Block For Akrosec – Alex Incoom

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The District Chief Executive of the Asene-Manso – Akroso District, Hon. Alex Kwabena Incoom has pledged to build an 18 unit classroom block for the Akroso Senior High School (Akrosec) before his term of office expires.

Speaking at the Inaugural event of New Board of Governors at the assembly hall of the school on the 24th June 2022, he said that, as an alumni of the school which was the basis of his foundation towards becoming a prominent person in society, he wants to leave a good legacy in the school.

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He explained that the school started with old structures and was gradually upgraded in infrastructure yet needs more school blocks and amenities.
He said that, his government has been able to assist with some school building structures and fixed some inner roads leading to the school yet the increase in number of students call for additional structural developments.

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The new appointed board chairman of the Akroso Senior High School, Alexander Owusu Agyei also said that he will work with his board members so that they do everything in their power to improve academic performance in the school.

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The headmaster of the Akroso Senior High School, Sampson Agyiri Nyarko also called on government and stakeholders to assist the school with accommodation for staff, school dormitories and an assembly hall.




























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