Mechanics invade school compound


School Mechanic Garage

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Community refuse site located near the school is also gradually extending to the school compound as some residents sometimes dumped rubbish on the compound.

He said the Metropolitan Education Oversight Committee (MEOC) had discussed the encroachment by the mechanics several times and during one of such discussions, a member of the assembly was given the responsibility to ensure that the mechanics vacated the school compound.

Mr Domfeh said the Committee had not had a meeting for some time now and he was sure progress report on the issue would come up at an upcoming MCOEC meeting.

On the floods, he said about two years ago a delegation from the Directorate and the Assembly visited the school after which a contract for some construction works to mitigate the situation was awarded and the CCMA had also promised to relocate the refuse site.

Mr. Felix Ansah, the Assistant Director- Supervision of the Cape Coast Metropolitan Directorate of GES, said the directorate was aware of the challenges the school faced and that several meeting had been held with the CCMA.

The CCMA Public Relations Officer, Mr. Nicholas Addo, confirmed that contract had been given out for the construction of a road behind the school’s old structure which will have culvert and drains to redirect waterways away from the school.

He said the contractor had began work and was confident that the flood situation and the refuse dump situation would soon be an issue of the past and that the mechanics will also be ejected soon.

Antem M/A Basic School has produced some great personalities including Ms. Christine Churcher, a former Member of Parliament for Cape Coast and Minister for Girl Child Education during Former President   John Agyekum Kuffour’s Administration.


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