Leklebi Fiape Community commissions Teachers' Bungalow, bore hole

Leklebi Fiape Community commissions Teachers' Bungalow, bore hole

Ferdinand | EducationGhana |May 13|Leklebi Fiape Community commissions Teachers’ Bungalow, borehole

 

The Leklebi Fiape Community in the Volta Region has commissioned a teachers’ bungalow and a borehole , April 9, 2023, as part of its Easter Celebration ceremony.

The event which was started three years ago has been part of the community’s easter fundraising project which was aimed at developing the community through the education of their children.

Speaking at the commissioning of the bungalow, the chef of the town, Torgbui Deh IV indicated that the community decided to develop all facets of education to prepare their children to take over the community in the future.

He further noted that the community has instituted such fundraising ceremonies during the Easter festivities to mobilize the citizens to build the community.

 

He further urged the citizens to continue to be united and support the growth of the community.

Bore Hole Project

The chief and elders also led the community to commission a borehole to improve the availability of water in the community.

 

Easter Celebrations

Leklebi Fiape is known as the pioneer of Easter Celebrations in the Leklebi Traditional Area and is known for bringing their citizens together to foster unity and communal development during the Easter Celebrations.

The celebration has become a homecoming event for the citizens who have travelled to other parts of the country and world for greener pastures.

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Background

 

The Citizens of Leklebi Fiape in the Volta Region donated some items to the Primary School to help develop Academics and Skills among the School Children in and beyond the community.

The donation took place at the durbar of the 4th edition of the town’s Easter Celebration on Sunday, April 1, 2018.

The items include a Printer, A Football set, and a sum of Ghc 100.00.

Presenting the items on behalf of the Chief and People of the Leklebi Fiape township, the Chief of the area, Togbui Deh 1V, thanked the citizens of the Fiape township and urged them to put in their best to help Educate the younger generation.

Togbui Deh also challenged the younger generation to take Education seriously. He lamented Social Vices in Society as a whole, of which the majority has been
related to People who are not in school.

He urged the youth to take their Education Seriously, as it is the bedrock of every country’s development.

Speaking to EducationGhana.org after receiving the items, the headmaster of the School, Mr Francis Ahiadzo, expressed his appreciation to the citizens of the township for coming to their aid.

Construction of Teachers’ Bungalow

The durbar also saw an appeal for Funds in aid of the Construction of a Bungalow for Teachers in the School which is set to commence after the Easter Celebration.

The Bungalow project which is believed to have been started since 2014,saw the renovation of a bungalow space for three teachers.

Over Gh¢13,000 has been realised during the Durbar of the Easter Celebration, as well as other pledges to continue with the Teachers Bungalow Project.

 

Construction of Toilet Facilities

The Community also spoke on the need for the construction of Toilet facilities for its members.

The Headmaster also lamented the bad nature of the toilet facilities in the School and called on Government to come to their aid. He also complained about their difficulties in accessing water in the School.

Chief’s Leadership at the Celebration

As part of efforts to put up a successful Easter Celebration, the Chief of the Fiape township has been very influential in the majority of the activities marking the celebration.

Torgbui Deh 1V was part of a health walk and a Float through The Principal Streets of all the Sub towns of the Leklebi Traditional Area.

A walk that saw hundreds attend, one of its kind in the Leklebi Traditional Area.

His involvement in Community affairs has been described as one in many by his subjects, a situation many described as Unique Leadership Style that distinguishes him from the sub-chiefs in the Traditional Area.

 


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