MTN Ghana Foundation to ease infrastructure problems at TAMASCO with 600unit girls dormitory

MTN Ghana Foundation has intervene to help address the infrastructural challenges facing one of the oldest senior high school in the northern region, the Tamale Senior High School (TAMASCO).

The foundation intervention follows several appeals by the school authorities to governments and other benevolent organizations yielding no positive results.
The MTN Ghana foundation agreed after it was approached by the government with the infrastructure deficit confronting the school.
The foundation will construct 600 unit girls dormitory for the Tamale Senior High School ( TAMASCO).
The construction will come in tow phases.
Phase one will saw the construction of 300 unit beginning 2019 whiles phase two will kickstart in 2020. When completed, it will be one of major infrastructure TAMASCO will ever witnessed.
MTN Ghana foundation agreement has brought a huge relief to TAMASCO authorities after their persistently appeals for help yielded no results.
Headmaster of TAMASCO last year appealed to the Vice President, Dr Mahamudu Bawumia who is also an old boy to intervene in addressing the infrastructural challenges.

Speaking at the 50th anniversary celebration of TAMASCO Cadet Corps  on Saturday, the Vice President assured authorities and students that the school will witness a major uptake of infrastructure beginning next year.
The celebration also mark 24th speech and prize-given day on the theme;Free Senior High School Policy; A panacea for Increasing Access to Quality Education Delivery -The Role of Tamale Senior High School.
Dr Bawumia told the gathering that the MTN foundation 600 unit girls dormitory will come with two bedroom bungalow for headmistress, 16 toilet and 16 bath rooms for the girls.
The facility he said also has two rooms components for the senior prefects.
Is been a year since the head master, Mr Shaibu Adam Wilberforce made appeal for girls dormitory. ‘I want everyone to give MTN a big applause before I tell you what they have done’. When we presented the problem to the MTN Ghana foundation, they graciously agreed to help, Dr Mahamudu Bawumia stated.
The project when completed, the Vic president observed, will change the face of TAMASCO. He also announced that, the Ghana National Petroleum Cooperation (GNPC ) will also construct 6 unit classroom blocks at TAMASCO.
Kuwait foundation, the Vice President said is also building 12 unit classroom blocks which will be dedicated for science.

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