Kumba II Launches School Resumption Campaign

Kumba II Mayor Launches School Resumption Campaign

The Mayor of the Kumba II Council, Meme division, South West region Mbachu Jacob Kay has launched a campaign for effective school  resumption in his area  of command.

The campaign was launched Wednesday September 23, in the Kumba II Sub divisional council hall during a preparatory meeting ahead of the new school year to kick off October 5.

The meeting which was presided over by the Divisional Officer of kumba II Sub division, Edwin Nkenya Ngwana, was attended by a cross section of education stakeholders, economic operators and the living forces of the sub division.

 The Mayor of the kumba II Sub divisional council, Mbachu Jacob Kay, reiterated the importance of education in this present dispensation. He was optimistic that the recommendations arrived at the deliberations would go a long way to kick-start the school year hitch-free.

 He called on the teachers to use the didactic materials provided by the council from the Ministry of Basic Education within the framework of the minimum package to effectively impact knowledge on the students and pupils.

The Divisional Officer of kumba II Sub division on  is part enjoined all and sundry not to relent efforts for a successful academic year in the Sub division.

While noting that, although the last school year was successful, the D O however said, more needs to be done.  To the Divisional Officer, Edwin Nkenya Ngwana, it would a concerted effort of every stakeholder that will result in effective school resumption.

The interventions of the Divisional Delegate of secondary education for Meme division, Abunaw Aghim Obase and his Counterpart of Basic Education represented by a Chief of Service focused on what can be done and how to go about a smooth academic year.

 Worrying issues and proposals from Participants were addressed. The fight against COVID-19 within the School milieu also came under scrutiny with a call for the reinforcement of barrier measures.

The meeting ended on a satisfactory note as Participants pledged for a better academic year.