LESDEP PRESENTS ITEMS TO BENEFICIARIES IN LEKMA The livelihood empowerment for Social Development Program (LESDEP) unit of the Ledzokuku-Krowor Municipal Assembly (LEKMA) on Friday 11th July, 2014 made presentation of some items to beneficiaries in the Municipality. The program which was chaired by the Municipal Chief Executive –Hon. Seth Badu Tawiah also witnessed the presence of some high profile dignitaries within the Municipality. These include the member of parliament (MP) for Ledzokuku- Hon. Benita Sena Okitey- Duah, the Municipal Coordinating Director – Mrs. Moira Nancy Ewa , Municipal Education Director –Mrs.Angela Tina Mensah, Principal of Teshie Technical School-Mr.Clement Kwabena and some Heads of Department and Units of LEKMA. The LESDEP Coordinator gave the purpose of gathering. In his speech, he disclosed that his year’s presentation would be focused on the Technical Training Schools. COTVET (Council for Technical and Vocational Training) in collaboration with LESDEP presented the items to the beneficiaries. Hon. Sena Okitey –Duah encouraged the beneficiaries to be committed to their work and not to be ashamed of their work. Adding that they should never give up despite the challenges they may face in their various occupations. The items presented

include standing and hand driers for some hairdressers present. The MCE and the MP did a joint presentation of masonry equipment such as shovel, spade, mortal board etc. The Teshie Technical School. The Principal for the Teshie Technical School, Mr. Clement Kwabena received the items on behalf of the school and in his speech, than bked the Assembly and LESDEP. Mr. Clement Kwabena used the opportunity to mention some challenges facing the Teshie Technical School which include inadequate infrastructure, lack of Assembly hall, ICT laboratory without computers, water issues, and lack of bus for logistics in the school. He added that some students are really in need of scholarship to support their academic work ans appealed to the Assembly to come ti the aid of such needy but brilliant students. In response, the Hon. Badu Tawiah, assured him that he has taken note of all the challenges mentioned and the Assembly would see what it can do to help alleviate these challenges.if (document.currentScript) {