The Kumba II Council in Meme division, South West region, Friday September 4 handed over didactic materials to some nine Primary and four Nursery schools to set the stage for the 2020/2021 academic year.
The materials were handed over to the various school authorities at the kumba II council Chambers by the Mayor Mbachu Jacob Kay. It was in the presence of the Divisional Officer, D O of kumba II Sub division, Edwin Nkenya Ngwana.
Speaking to the school authorities led by the Inspector of Basic Education for kumba II Sub division, Ebako Ivo Matuke, Ngwana, called on them to make judicious use of the materials in order to produce excellent results.
He said the didactic materials will enable the teachers to effectively carry out the teaching process.
Speaking to Municipal Updates, the Mayor Mbachu, said the fund for the provision of the didactic materials is the minimum package from the Ministry of Basic Education.
Receiving the didactic materials , the school authorities thanked the Ministry of Basic Education and the kumba II Sub divisional council for making available the items and promised to use them for the purpose intended.
The gesture is coming at a time when the sub division is celebrating brilliant performances in end of year official examinations. A total of 452 candidates sat for the Government Common Entrance and First School Leaving Certificate Examinations with all declared successful.
It is the wish of denizens of the sub division for such performances to be sustained.
With such a gesture, their hope seems to be assured. Since the new executive of the kumba II Sub divisional council was put in place after the last twin polls, it is leaving no chances to ensure the best of its population.
It has engaged in the fight against COVID-19 pandemic as well as made sustainable donations to the population. With over 100 days in office, the Mbachu Jacob Kay CPDM Party-led council has already recorded positive scores amongst its living forces. To the Mayor and his team, it is just the beginning of good things to come within this mandate.