Tepa Nursing and Midwifery Training college calls for support to complete ongoing infrastructural projects

Mr Albert Opoku the Principal of Tepa Nursing and Midwifery Training College,Tepa is making a passionate appeal to the stakeholders and philanthropists to come to the aid of the College to complete ongoing infrastructural projects in the school.

According to him the school is facing infrastructural challenges especially classrooms which is affecting the academic work of the school, hence the need to expand classroom infrastructures.

Speaking to the media to express the challenges, he stated that, though the school received support from some stakeholders last year who promised to support the school during their graduation ceremony that has help the authorities to start the three storey building with four big classrooms project ongoing.

He expressed his gratitude to the the vice president of the Republic of Dr Alhaji Mahamadu Bawumia, Tepa Traditional council, Dr. Mathew Opoku Prempeh, Minister for Energy and Member of Parliament for Manhyia South, Hon. Collins Dauda MP for Asutifi South and the Member of Parliament for Tepa, Dr. Kingsley Agyemang registrar of the scholarship secretariat and Nana B NPP national organizer for their support for the project.

The Principal also reminded Mr Kingsley Agyeman of the Scholarship Secretariat to honor the promise he made to offer scholarship to some of the needy students that are struggling to pay their school fees.

He also pleaded with the telecommunication networks in the country to extend their corporate social responsibilities to the school by assisting them with infrastructures like Hostels and other ICT logistics to enhance teaching and learning in the school.

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