JAPANESE EMBASSY GOES FOR SITE INSPECTION AT TWIFO APONOAPON
The Japanese Embassy represented by an Independent Contractor for the Assistance for Grassroots Human Security Projects (GGHPS), Madam Izumiyama Junko on Thursday, 14th October, 2021, visited the Twifo Aponapon Primary School to ascertain the level of damage caused when the school was hit by a heavy rainfall.
This came as a result of an intervention made by the Twifo/Ati-Morkwa District Assembly when they wrote to the Japanese Embassy to seek for assistance in putting up a school building for the community after their school building was destroyed by a heavy rainfall.
The District Chief Executive for Twifo/Ati-Morkwa, Hon. Robert Agyemang-Nyantakyi who led the team to the school emphasized on the fact that there are over Two Hundred and Thirty (230) communities within the district and so proportional distribution of infrastructure is always difficult and so when the need arises, the Assembly seeks for support from International Entities. He added that as the reason the Japanese Embassy was paying a visit to the community. He urged the community to be hopeful and prayerful as there was more work to be done until the final approval is given.
The District awaits the final approval from the Embassy for the construction of the school to begin.