The Catholic Bishop of the Techiman Diocese, Most Rev. Bishop Dominic Yeboah Nyarko has laid a foundation stone of the Techiman- Aworano multipurpose St Francis D’assisi Institute.
Bishop Dominic Nyarko was been accompanied by the Omanhene of the Techiman Traditional Council, Odeadeyo Akumfi Ameyaw iv, the Techiman south constituency member of parliament, Mrs. Ofosu Adjare, Franciscan Missionary Brothers among other dignitaries who helped to grace the landmark ceremony.
The Aworano international school after its completion can boast of two separate four-store blocks with a library, sickbay, cafeteria, ICT center, and more that makes teaching and learning more conducive.
The school has a complete international football pitch with running tracks, a tennis court, and a swimming pool to give equal opportunities to students to have their dream professional courses.
In addition, the school will run science and technical vocational courses. The dream of the school is to start from kindergarten to tertiary education.
The construction works of the school have already been taken off by Beyond Gold Ventures. The engineer, Bright Adzaku has assured to complete the first phase of the book in 12 months.
The Bishop, Dominic Yeboah Nyarko described the school as an international school of all standards. He praised the Franciscan Missionary Brothers of D’assisi for their support.
The Omanhene of the Techman Traditional council, Oseadeyo Akumfi Ameyaw IV commends the Catholic Bishop of Techiman, Dominic Nyarko, and the Franciscan Missionary Brothers for their immense support. Nana and his subjects donated cash of 5,000 Ghana cedis.
The Techiman South member of parliament, hon. Elizabeth Ofosu Adjare says the Catholic Church is the pivot and integral to development in Ghana. She donated one hundred bags of cement to support the construction works.
The Techiman South MCE hon. Benjamin Gyarko who represented hon. Techiman South MP, Martin Adjei Mensah Korsah promised 100 bags of cement. The DCE of Techiman North, hon. Everson Donkor also donated ten street bulbs at the cost of 10,000 Ghana cedis.
The Franciscan missionary Brother in charge of the Aworano International school, Francis Saji expressed their total commitment to establishing an international school of all standards at Aworano of Techiman in the Bono East region.