An expectation of excellent BECE performance previously attained in Sissala East District is being proposed to teachers especially in Tasor/Kulfuo, Kuroboi , Bichenbelle and Bandie whose schools are beneficiaries of SIF classroom blocks and teachers quarters.
During a day monitoring of some Social Investment Fund (SIF) projects, the District Chief Executive for Sissala East District Hon. Karim Nanyua admonished teachers to bring back the good BECE records of the past to schools since some of their challenges have been addressed.
Using Tasor/Kulfuo as an example, the DCE expressed that had it not been the intervention of Grace Provider Academy which a private school, the 2017 best aggregate would have come from Tasor/Kulfuo despite the fact that it is located in the village and therefore urged them to put up more efforts in teaching children to pass BECE. He also exhorted teachers to be unified with community members in ensuring maintenance and care is given to these facilities.
Mr. Forkah Roger who represented GES Director recalled the infrastructural deficit the schools were faced with as former circuit supper visor of the area but urged that teachers should no longer give excuses for unyielding results since they have such facilities now at their disposal. He was grateful to SIF for such wonderful provisions.
Meanwhile, the DCE Hon. Karim Nanyua during the monitoring exercise also urged communities to own the projects. These facilities belongs to the community and after official handing over, you must make sure you maintain it and don’t run after the assembly again to help correct minor glitches he told all beneficiary communities and however promised to support when necessary. Bichenbelle community will be connected to electricity in less than a month the DCE further disclosed.
By David Luri/Radford