The Honorable Central Regional Minister, Kwamena Duncan has eulogized Komenda College of Education as a model icon of quality education in the country.
He said the College has a track record of producing some of the finest educationist in the country and thus pledged his unflinching support to ensure the school continues to soar in excellence.
He said plans are far advanced to commence and complete work on the deplorable state of road infrastructure in the school and urged the college management to strengthen ties between the college and the coordinating council.
Mr Kwamena Duncan made the remark when a four-member delegation from the college paid a courtesy call on him at his office yesterday to officially inform him about preparations towards the college’s 70th anniversary slated for April this year.
“The day I came for the graduation, I had a good view of the whole place and realized that the issue of the main road leading from the highway, was beyond containment. The roads needed to be done especially that of the school. The processes are ongoing. We are hoping that as I spoke to the regional manager, by February, we should be able to award the letters.”
Speaking exclusively to ATL FM NEWS, the Principal of the College who led the delegation - Comfort Sarpong Akosah, expressed appreciation to the Regional Minister for declaring his support for the school.
According to her, the 70 years milestone in the history of Komenda College of Education is an opportunity to celebrate the achievement and contributions of the College towards the development of the country and thus called on all to join the College in April to climax the event in style.
Source : Kojo Dei / ATL FM News