Mr. Foster Antwi Boateng, the headmaster of Wenchi Methodist Senior High School in the Brong Ahafo region, has made a clarion call on government to expand its infrastructure in order to promote efficient teaching and learning at the school.
The school lack boy’s dormitory, girl’s dormitory, dining hall and administration block and assembly block which has remained uncompleted.
The school is an institution of the Methodist Church in Ghana, founded in 1963.
Enrollment is over fourteen hundred students in eight streams, with programs in science, agricultural studies, business, vocational, graphical arts, and music.
The headmaster disclosed this to Wenchi based Royals FM on Friday January, 25 2019, when 1993 graduating class of Wenchi SHS inaugurated
water distribution system for to their alma mater.
The project conceived fully funded and executed by the 1993 batch comprises with a mechanized borehole two 3,500 litre reservoirs will supply potable water to Female dormitory to significantly boost teaching and learning in the College.
Mr Alfred Ofori Anye, Member of the Asomafuor 1993 batch noted that the project only reaffirms the group commitment to contribute to the development of the school.
Mr Foster Antwi Boateng expressed his appreciation to the 1993 class of the School for providing portable water supply for the continuing female students.
“We are really happy for the gesture, may continue bless you but we still need more” he added.
He further appealed to other year groups of the school to emulate the contributions of the 1993 year group.