The attention of the Member of Parliament for NANDOM, AMBROSE DERY (MP) was drawn to a structure that served as a staff common room for teachers at Mary Immaculate Junior High School in Duotang. The MP found the indecent temporary structure not befitting for a school in this day and age. However, it must be noted that this structure was a singular effort and initiative by teachers to address the situation.

Hon. Ambrose Dery on the project site

Given his unblemished record towards enhancing educational standards in his area, the MP has committed some resources to build a decent Staff common Room for the Teachers at Mary Immaculate JHS. He was at site to inspect the progress of work and interact with some of the teachers. Fixing the constituency includes fixing a decent place for staff of this JHS.

On same day, The Member of Parliament also inspected on going Road projects in the constituency which will remain one of his biggest legacy to his people. The Kokoligu Road is being tarred and constructors are on site working on other portions of the road. It will be observed that major roads across the country are yet to receive this kind of Attention from Government for roads, but the construction of NANDOM roads remain unabated. The NANDOM – Ko Road will equally be attended to in due course and remains one of the priority roads for the MP.

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  2. Dery said this when he presented 24 laptop computers to six basic schools at Lawra as part of his efforts to promote Information and Communication Technology ICT teaching and learning among children in deprived schools in his Constituency. The beneficiary schools are, Naa Imoro Junior High School, Tome Junior High School, Kandemeganga Junior High School, Karbo Junior High School, Yikpee Junior High School and Doweni Junior High School, which received four computers each. The Ministry of Education provided the computers to the Members of Parliament to help improve ICT skills among children in rural schools to enable them to participate actively in basic global issues.

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