President Mills cut the tape to commission the project
President John Atta Mills has replied his critics who say Ghana is stagnating under him, insisting his government has fulfilled many of the electoral promises made to Ghanaians.
He was speaking at the commissioning of an ultramodern school complex at the Mamprobi Salvation Cluster of Schools to provide permanent accommodation for pupils who were formerly part of the ďschool shift systemĒ in the Accra Metropolis.
President Mills says those who say they have not seen anything should go and see the building and they will know that indeed his government is building a Better Ghana.
ďSeeing, they say is believing; those who say we have not done anything can see this for themselves. It is clear evidence that we have fulfilled many of the promises that we made,Ē he stated.
The president admonished the students utilise the edifice properly.
Education Minister Lee Ocran says government remains committed to providing the best of education for all adding that government will soon provide every teacher in Ghana with a laptop.
The three-story school complex has 18 classrooms, a science laboratory, a computer laboratory, a library, an infirmary, toilet facilities, as well as a staff common room.