The Sissala East municipal assembly has presented four vehicle tyres to the Ghana education service to enhance monitoring. The vehicle for over a year now had a broken down with worn-out tyres that could not be replaced for lack of funds.
The Ghana education service could not go about monitoring in 2018 due to the state of their vehicle.
The municipal chief executive hon. Karim Nanyua whilst presenting the tyres to the Ghana education service expresses that it is in fulfilment of responsibility as an assembly to ensure effective monitoring and supervision is carried out for enhancing quality education. The tyres cost two thousand seven hundred and Fifty Cedis.
He has therefore encouraged that with the little support, it is expected at the end of the year, BECE performance in the municipality will see improvement.
Mr. Godfred Kanton on behalf of GES expressed gratitude for the fulfilment and assured that effective monitoring shall take effect next as the office will be embarking on school visit.