Mr. Joseph Akweteh Tettey, MP for Kpone-Katamanso constituency, pledged to award scholarships to students as part of a broader strategy to improve higher education.
“All students who pass their 2021 West Africa Secondary School Certificate Examination (WASSCE) with distinction and are admitted to higher education institutions are eligible for the scholarship,” he said.
The MP pledged at a fundraising ceremony at Kpone Community High School to support the construction of a fence wall around the 19-acre land for the school.
Mr. Tettey called on education stakeholders in the constituency to help students reach the highest academic level in order to contribute to societal and national development.
He stressed the need for parents to take responsibility for their wards and not overburden teachers and government, adding that “everyone must contribute their quota to improve the welfare of students and education by general in the country “.
According to the MP, the authorities must always provide the necessary materials to improve both teaching and learning in schools, as this would contribute to better education.
Mr. Joseph Tettey called for a collective effort to improve the quality of education at all levels.
The Supreme Leader of Kpone, the Municipal Director of Education and the Chief of the Municipal Executive, among other dignitaries, were present at the event.