Bomaa (B/A), Nov. 7, GNA - Barima Katakyie Kwarfo Akoto, Omanhene of Bomaa Traditional Area, has inaugurated an internet café and Information and Communication Technology (ICT) training centre at Bomaa.
The facility is estimated at about GHC5, 000.00
Mr Julius Nimfour, Examination Coordinator of Ghana Education Service (GES), said education was an investment of human capital therefore parents should ensure their children attained the best education.
He said the 21st century required students who were well abreast with modern technology in order to solve their own problems, and appealed to teachers to improve their knowledge to enhance teaching and learning.
Mrs Freda Prempeh, the New Patriotic Party parliamentary candidate for Tano North, ituency expressed appreciation to Barima Katakyie Kwarfo Akoto and appealed to students to make good use of the facility.
Nana Opoku Nyantakyi, Bomaa Ankobeahene, appealed to traditional rulers to be circumspect as the nation prepared for Election 2012.
In an interview with the Ghana News Agency, Barima Katakyie Kwarfo Akoto said since technology was advancing there was the need to establish the centre for the people.
He appealed to the youth to take advantage of the opportunity and establish themselves after training to avoid indulging in social vices such as smoking and alcoholism which is rampant in the community.