LEKMA SHS STUDENTS UNDERGO FIRE EDUCATION

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LEKMA SHS STUDENTS UNDERGO FIRE EDUCATION
As part of measures to educate the public on fire safety to prevent fire outbreaks, and in the unlikely event of its occurrence, how to deal with it, a sensitization training workshop was organized for second cycle students in the Ledzokuku – Krowor Municipal Assembly.
The three-day exercise which was organized by the Municipal Fire Service in collaboration with the Municipal Education Directorate and the Ledzokuku – Krowor Municipal Assembly (LEKMA) benefitted all public and some selected private senior high schools in the Ledzokuku – Krowor Municipality.
The programme was held in the various schools to keep sizeable population to ensure effective practical demonstration to the students.
They received lectures and field demonstrations on how to put out live fire with wet blankets as well as precautionary measures to adopt to avoid fire outbreaks.
The Municipal Chief Executive of LEKMA, Hon. Seth Badu Tawiah, in an interview said it was the responsibility of the Assembly to give such education to students so that they could also transfer the knowledge to their parents and guardians at home.
Hon. Badu Tawiah said education on fire prevention was very key in order to avoid its occurrence to save lives and property and disclosed that the exercise was going to be a regular one as the issue of fire outbreaks in the country was of utmost concern to the Assembly and the nation as a whole.
The Municipal Fire Officer, TheophilusDangbe said the National Fire Service has adopted this approach of reaching out to educate students to reduce fire outbreaks that occur as a result of ignorance and carelessness.
According to him, the past approach of only putting out fires when they occur was not the best hence the need for more public education such as this.
He mentioned that the Municipal Fire Directorate has been proactive enough to set up fire safety measures in the various markets within the Municipality where they have some officers monitoring from dawn to dusk.
The Municipal Director of Education, Yaw Fosu-Danquah said the fire education was essential and would be continued with the support of the Municipal Assembly. He advised the students to be attentive and ask all the necessary questions they have in mind so that they could help.
In all 5,417 students and 236 teachers were educated. The beneficiary schools were Nungua Senior High School, Nungua Presbyterian Secondary Commercial School, Teshie Presbyterian Senior High School, Teshie Technical Training College, O’Reilly Senior High School, Nungua St. Peter’s Senior High School and Grace Academy Senior High School.

Ajara Soali
(MIO)
LEKMA SHS STUDENTS UNDERGO FIRE EDUCATION
As part of measures to educate the public on fire safety to prevent fire outbreaks, and in the unlikely event of its occurrence, how to deal with it, a sensitization training workshop was organized for second cycle students in the Ledzokuku – Krowor Municipal Assembly.
The three-day exercise which was organized by the Municipal Fire Service in collaboration with the Municipal Education Directorate and the Ledzokuku – Krowor Municipal Assembly (LEKMA) benefitted all public and some selected private senior high schools in the Ledzokuku – Krowor Municipality.
The programme was held in the various schools to keep sizeable population to ensure effective practical demonstration to the students.
They received lectures and field demonstrations on how to put out live fire with wet blankets as well as precautionary measures to adopt to avoid fire outbreaks.
The Municipal Chief Executive of LEKMA, Hon. Seth Badu Tawiah, in an interview said it was the responsibility of the Assembly to give such education to students so that they could also transfer the knowledge to their parents and guardians at home.
Hon. Badu Tawiah said education on fire prevention was very key in order to avoid its occurrence to save lives and property and disclosed that the exercise was going to be a regular one as the issue of fire outbreaks in the country was of utmost concern to the Assembly and the nation as a whole.
The Municipal Fire Officer, TheophilusDangbe said the National Fire Service has adopted this approach of reaching out to educate students to reduce fire outbreaks that occur as a result of ignorance and carelessness.
According to him, the past approach of only putting out fires when they occur was not the best hence the need for more public education such as this.
He mentioned that the Municipal Fire Directorate has been proactive enough to set up fire safety measures in the various markets within the Municipality where they have some officers monitoring from dawn to dusk.
The Municipal Director of Education, Yaw Fosu-Danquah said the fire education was essential and would be continued with the support of the Municipal Assembly. He advised the students to be attentive and ask all the necessary questions they have in mind so that they could help.
In all 5,417 students and 236 teachers were educated. The beneficiary schools were Nungua Senior High School, Nungua Presbyterian Secondary Commercial School, Teshie Presbyterian Senior High School, Teshie Technical Training College, O’Reilly Senior High School, Nungua St. Peter’s Senior High School and Grace Academy Senior High School.

Ajara Soali
(MIO)
LEKMA SHS STUDENTS UNDERGO FIRE EDUCATION
As part of measures to educate the public on fire safety to prevent fire outbreaks, and in the unlikely event of its occurrence, how to deal with it, a sensitization training workshop was organized for second cycle students in the Ledzokuku – Krowor Municipal Assembly.
The three-day exercise which was organized by the Municipal Fire Service in collaboration with the Municipal Education Directorate and the Ledzokuku – Krowor Municipal Assembly (LEKMA) benefitted all public and some selected private senior high schools in the Ledzokuku – Krowor Municipality.
The programme was held in the various schools to keep sizeable population to ensure effective practical demonstration to the students.
They received lectures and field demonstrations on how to put out live fire with wet blankets as well as precautionary measures to adopt to avoid fire outbreaks.
The Municipal Chief Executive of LEKMA, Hon. Seth Badu Tawiah, in an interview said it was the responsibility of the Assembly to give such education to students so that they could also transfer the knowledge to their parents and guardians at home.
Hon. Badu Tawiah said education on fire prevention was very key in order to avoid its occurrence to save lives and property and disclosed that the exercise was going to be a regular one as the issue of fire outbreaks in the country was of utmost concern to the Assembly and the nation as a whole.
The Municipal Fire Officer, TheophilusDangbe said the National Fire Service has adopted this approach of reaching out to educate students to reduce fire outbreaks that occur as a result of ignorance and carelessness.
According to him, the past approach of only putting out fires when they occur was not the best hence the need for more public education such as this.
He mentioned that the Municipal Fire Directorate has been proactive enough to set up fire safety measures in the various markets within the Municipality where they have some officers monitoring from dawn to dusk.
The Municipal Director of Education, Yaw Fosu-Danquah said the fire education was essential and would be continued with the support of the Municipal Assembly. He advised the students to be attentive and ask all the necessary questions they have in mind so that they could help.
In all 5,417 students and 236 teachers were educated. The beneficiary schools were Nungua Senior High School, Nungua Presbyterian Secondary Commercial School, Teshie Presbyterian Senior High School, Teshie Technical Training College, O’Reilly Senior High School, Nungua St. Peter’s Senior High School and Grace Academy Senior High School.

Ajara Soali
(MIO)
LEKMA SHS STUDENTS UNDERGO FIRE EDUCATION
As part of measures to educate the public on fire safety to prevent fire outbreaks, and in the unlikely event of its occurrence, how to deal with it, a sensitization training workshop was organized for second cycle students in the Ledzokuku – Krowor Municipal Assembly.
The three-day exercise which was organized by the Municipal Fire Service in collaboration with the Municipal Education Directorate and the Ledzokuku – Krowor Municipal Assembly (LEKMA) benefitted all public and some selected private senior high schools in the Ledzokuku – Krowor Municipality.
The programme was held in the various schools to keep sizeable population to ensure effective practical demonstration to the students.
They received lectures and field demonstrations on how to put out live fire with wet blankets as well as precautionary measures to adopt to avoid fire outbreaks.
The Municipal Chief Executive of LEKMA, Hon. Seth Badu Tawiah, in an interview said it was the responsibility of the Assembly to give such education to students so that they could also transfer the knowledge to their parents and guardians at home.
Hon. Badu Tawiah said education on fire prevention was very key in order to avoid its occurrence to save lives and property and disclosed that the exercise was going to be a regular one as the issue of fire outbreaks in the country was of utmost concern to the Assembly and the nation as a whole.
The Municipal Fire Officer, TheophilusDangbe said the National Fire Service has adopted this approach of reaching out to educate students to reduce fire outbreaks that occur as a result of ignorance and carelessness.
According to him, the past approach of only putting out fires when they occur was not the best hence the need for more public education such as this.
He mentioned that the Municipal Fire Directorate has been proactive enough to set up fire safety measures in the various markets within the Municipality where they have some officers monitoring from dawn to dusk.
The Municipal Director of Education, Yaw Fosu-Danquah said the fire education was essential and would be continued with the support of the Municipal Assembly. He advised the students to be attentive and ask all the necessary questions they have in mind so that they could help.
In all 5,417 students and 236 teachers were educated. The beneficiary schools were Nungua Senior High School, Nungua Presbyterian Secondary Commercial School, Teshie Presbyterian Senior High School, Teshie Technical Training College, O’Reilly Senior High School, Nungua St. Peter’s Senior High School and Grace Academy Senior High School.

Ajara Soali
(MIO)
LEKMA SHS STUDENTS UNDERGO FIRE EDUCATION
As part of measures to educate the public on fire safety to prevent fire outbreaks, and in the unlikely event of its occurrence, how to deal with it, a sensitization training workshop was organized for second cycle students in the Ledzokuku – Krowor Municipal Assembly.
The three-day exercise which was organized by the Municipal Fire Service in collaboration with the Municipal Education Directorate and the Ledzokuku – Krowor Municipal Assembly (LEKMA) benefitted all public and some selected private senior high schools in the Ledzokuku – Krowor Municipality.
The programme was held in the various schools to keep sizeable population to ensure effective practical demonstration to the students.
They received lectures and field demonstrations on how to put out live fire with wet blankets as well as precautionary measures to adopt to avoid fire outbreaks.
The Municipal Chief Executive of LEKMA, Hon. Seth Badu Tawiah, in an interview said it was the responsibility of the Assembly to give such education to students so that they could also transfer the knowledge to their parents and guardians at home.
Hon. Badu Tawiah said education on fire prevention was very key in order to avoid its occurrence to save lives and property and disclosed that the exercise was going to be a regular one as the issue of fire outbreaks in the country was of utmost concern to the Assembly and the nation as a whole.
The Municipal Fire Officer, TheophilusDangbe said the National Fire Service has adopted this approach of reaching out to educate students to reduce fire outbreaks that occur as a result of ignorance and carelessness.
According to him, the past approach of only putting out fires when they occur was not the best hence the need for more public education such as this.
He mentioned that the Municipal Fire Directorate has been proactive enough to set up fire safety measures in the various markets within the Municipality where they have some officers monitoring from dawn to dusk.
The Municipal Director of Education, Yaw Fosu-Danquah said the fire education was essential and would be continued with the support of the Municipal Assembly. He advised the students to be attentive and ask all the necessary questions they have in mind so that they could help.
In all 5,417 students and 236 teachers were educated. The beneficiary schools were Nungua Senior High School, Nungua Presbyterian Secondary Commercial School, Teshie Presbyterian Senior High School, Teshie Technical Training College, O’Reilly Senior High School, Nungua St. Peter’s Senior High School and Grace Academy Senior High School.

Ajara Soali
(MIO)
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