The Member of Parliament for Akuapem North Constituency, in the Eastern Region, Nana Ama Dokua Asiamah has expressed worry over issues of underperformance in the Educational sector in the Municipality.
According to her, rate at which performance of Education in the area has dropped is disturbing and alarming since the first Education training (Presbyterian College of Education) institute was built on the soil of Akuapem North.
She made these remarks to Angel FMduring a stakeholders consultative meeting dubbed “Consolidating our gains; Together Towards Tomorrow” at Amanokrom-Akuapem.
Attendees of stakeholders were; Assemblymen, Security Agencies, Health expertise, Educational sector, Chiefs and Queens mothers, Religious leaders, farmers, constituents and many more.
This, the MP who also doubles as the deputy minister for trade believes that, some sort of aggression must be taken towards it fundamental problem to solve the menace hitting the Municipal, citing the basic levels where the problems lies with some sort of destructions to the cause.
Moreover, Hon. Dokua Asiamah chastised and fumes on how some parents gives less attention to their wards time they spent outside at the expense of their animals they reared.
Thereafter, the Lawmaker asked parents and guardians to take upon themselves a commitment role of responsibility to redeem the sinking image of Education standard in the counstituency, adding that teachers alone cannot be hold responsible for the predicament.
However, Municipal Chief Executive (MCE) of the area, Barima Aseidu Larbi, explained that, the administrative of Akuapem North Assembly consist of the Incumbent MP, hence there’s unity and togetherness amongst themselves as one body working for the betterment of the area and country at large.
Again, Barima Aseidu refuted notion of distinction between the Assembly and the MP, indicating, both work hand in hand in every steps they embark on.
Eastern Regional Minister, Seth Kwame Acheampong, who honour the program as special guests, applauded the Lawmaker and MCE of Akuapem North for such a democratic move of engaging it’s stakeholders in a dialogue to dissert issues.
Thus, he opined the eminent and significant of the exercise taken that triggered him to honour and support it to see the development of Akuapem North at it best and nicest way.
In an attendance of Dignitaries were; Mr Seth Kwame Acheampong (Eastern Regional Minister), Mr. Mark Okraku Mantey (deputy Minister for Tourism, Art and Culture) and MP for Akim Swedru, Hon Kennedy Osei Nyarko.