Adanwomasehene, Nana Ntiamoah Panin II, has inaugurated a 3-unit classroom block for Adanwomase Roman Catholic Primary School to support the education system in the traditional Area.
The project forms part of the traditional areas’ development plan and intends to relieve congestion in the current classroom buildings.
In his remarks, Nana Ntiamoah Panin II noted that he is confident the new facility will create an enabling environment, and improve on effective teaching and learning.
He further underscored the need to invest in the infrastructure and resources required to empower students and prepare them for a better future through education.
“Education is the bedrock of development, and we must invest in the infrastructure and resources necessary to empower our youth and prepare them for a prosperous future,” he said.
He took the opportunity to thank other traditional leaders and authorities who added their quota to his towards the project.
He also assured the community of the traditional authorities’ commitment to execute the development plan to transform the area.
For her part, Madam Mercy Ewudzie, the head teacher at Adanwomase R/C Primary, expressed appreciation saying her outfit is grateful to Nana Ntiamoah Panin II for his amazing support of the community’s growth and progress.
“The inauguration of this classroom block is a significant milestone for our school. It will not only accommodate more students but also improve the quality of education we provide. We are excited about the increased opportunities it will bring,” she said.
Other dignitaries commended Nana Ntiamoah Panin II for his outstanding contributions to the advancement of education in Adanwomase and pledged their support toward the traditional areas’ development agenda.
The people of Adanwomase are hopeful that this investment in education will aid in the area’s general growth and equip the next generation with the information and abilities they need for a better future.