The multiples challenges of Super Tess infrastructure and renovation works of the school are paramount and needs immediate redress to pave way for good academic work.
Hon Kwasi Adu Gyan said this when Nkyeremu News approached him with Tess challenges.
He says all the challenges of the school have been presented to him and had been worked on.
The minister says, he has started visiting the schools in the region to find their lasting solutions.
The minister says, he has forwarded the challenges of Tess to the ministry of education to redress as soon as possible.
The minister is worried about the abandoned projects in the country that have no paper documentation to trace their sources. He says, it is unfortunate that the assemblies do not have any knowledge about most of the awarded contracts agreement. He says everything came from the top and had made their history of origins a difficult task. He was emphatic that such contracts under his administration cannot continue.
The Techiman SHS kitchen environment is an eye sore though the school is the oldest senior high school in the Bono East region with the largest student population. Several projects of the school have been halted for decades.
In another development, hon Kwasi Adu Gyan has promised Atebubu, Kwamedanso and Kejeji road will be completed within two years. The minister says the site contractor and the engineer made this confirmation.