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Ejura Sekyeredumasi MCE donates ¢20,000 to non-public school academics

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Municipal Main Govt (MCE) for the Ejura Sekyeredumasi municipality in the Ashanti Area has donated ¢20,000 to help non-public faculties teachers in the space.

Mohammed Salisu Bamba suggests it is element of options to cushion the instructors who are at the moment not becoming compensated pursuing the closure of faculties owing to Covid-19 pandemic.

He claimed he has been in contact with the leadership of the personal university instructors to discover out the exigencies of time to categorical his solidarity. 

“I have been in contact with about 120 personal fundamental universities and feel it so very good to arrive to their assist,” he stated.

The donation, he disclosed arrives from his individual contribution to show gratitude attempts exhibited by the teachers to raise foreseeable future accountable leaders.

The MCE inspired the academics not to relent but to continue to keep providing their most effective to communities to adjust the narrative in the municipality.

“This is my widow’s mite and I assume it is a superior start off to get the instructors inspired to do additional in this seeking moments,” he mentioned.

The academics expressed gratitude and pledged to give their greatest.

Advocacy teams in the area who are championing the bring about to get these instructors supported said their plea is not for MCE or MP among other men and women to pay salaries of the lecturers.

But they want the municipality to demonstrate appreciation for the contribution personal schools teachers make towards enhancing academic common.

So significantly, some residents have been achieved out to compliment the assist of the MCE to attain #PrivateSchoolsTeachersNeedKindness marketing campaign. 

In the meantime, about 120 private faculties in the area would be disinfected in advance of the resumption of courses. Each and every college will price tag at least, ¢2,000. 

Mr Salisu Bamba reported the Assembly would do almost everything workable resolution inside its achieve to aid the colleges.

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