The Bosome Senior High Technical School in the Bosome Freho District over some years has achieved a lot of infrastructure development under the auspices of Hon. Yaw Danso (DCE) and the NPP government.
In a short but impressive ceremony at the school premises during the commissioning of 260 capacity single storey dormitory block for both male and female students, a mechanized borehole facility which can supply over four thousand people, a modernized bath house and a place of washing bay coupled with dry lines and toilet facility to cater for their dire needs.
In addressing the gathering, the Ashanti Regional, Minister Hon. Simon Osei Mensah commended government for constructing such an edifice, since education has been the hallmark of President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo Addo.
The Regional Minister said, currently, Ghanaians are experiencing Free SHS education and therefore urged student in particular, to take advantage of it to build a prosperous future.
Hon. Simon Osei Mensah stated that, the New Patriotic Party is the only government whose policies are effectively improving the lives of every Ghanaian.
Hon. Osei Mensah further stated that, government cannot put money’s in everyone’s pocket but initiating policies that will ease the burden of many Ghanaians is another way of putting money in our pockets.
Hon. Osei Mensah appealed to nananom, school authorities and students to ensure the facilities are maintained for it to last longer and pledged to support the school with Ten Thousand Ghana Cedis (10000.00) for greening their environment.
The District Chief Executive of the area Hon. Yaw Danso said, Bosome Senior High Technical School is the only second cycle institution in the district so failure to adhere to their plight might jeopardize the lives of many students and therefore appealed to the necessary quarters in government to support the school.
The District Chief Executive said, their government met only three hundred students but with good policies of the President, the school is currently housing more than One Thousand Two hundred students.
It is our intention to develop this school and leave a legacy that will forever be in the mind’s of the people of Bosome Freho.
Hon. Yaw Danso seized the opportunity to urged nananom to support him and the NPP governments to bring development to the citizens of Bosome Freho.
He advised the students body not to relented on their efforts but pushed further for a future which will be envious for other’s.
The District Director of Education Mr . Seth Boateng said, with the introduction of FSHS programme many JHS graduates who otherwise could not access secondary education are now enjoying it which has increased the learner populations of senior high schools, of which Bosome Senior High is no exception.
He commended government and leadership of Bosome Freho District Assembly for the huge investment they have made and continue to make in the area of Education.
He stated that, the blocks have come to further improve access and quality and that is the responsibility of all of us to protect them so that they can well serve the present generation and prosperity.
The headmaster of Bosome Senior High Technical School Mr. Joseph Appiah said, the school was established in the year 2006 with about six students, currently has a total students population (F1-F3) of One Thousand Two Hundred and Fifty-Six (1256). Out of the number, Nine Hundred and Fifty- Four are boarders and Three (3) Hundred and Two are day students.
He said the school has a total staff strength of One Hundred and Thirty-one (131).
Mr. Appiah said the school has over the years performed creditably in SSSCE/ WASSCE.
He therefore appealed to government through the Office of the Regional Minister to help address their desire needs.
The representative of Omanhene of Kokofu Traditional Area, Barimah Offe Akwasi Okogyeasuo II, Nana Kofi Agyare Nyarko II, Chief of Anyanso appealed to government to continually appoints leader’s that always have the district at heart for them to witness such massive infrastructure development all the time.
He said nananom will do their best to create way for government projects to take over in their traditional area for their subjects to benefits. He urged students to change their attitude and improve upon their studies for a bettfuture.
Nana Kofi Agyare Nyarko II said we are grateful to Hon. DCE and government for the projects being commissioned and pray that God grant this government the strength to do more for Bosome Senior High Technical School.




Bosome Freho District is one of the most deprived districts in the Ashanti Region. Lack of educational infrastructure has been one of the major challenges impeding effective teaching and learning in the District. In an effort to improve upon the educational system in the district, the Assembly through its share of the District Assembly Common Fund allocation, have been able to award some contracts for the construction of educational infrastructure district-wide among which is the construction of 6-unit classroom block at Nsuaem II to help absorb the increasing number of students enrollment in the community. The project which worth millions of Ghana Cedis was awarded to KK Yaro Construction Works after successfully qualified in the National Competitive Tender opening and was jointly supervised by the Works Department of the Assembly. The contractual duration for the construction was one financial year.


The District Information Officer, Mr. Seth Amponsah being the MC for the occasion, declared the purpose for the gathering after an opening prayer has been said. A brief introduction of the invited personalities with pleasantries was cheerfully performed. The programme was well covered by pressmen from various media Houses such as Kings FM, Kessben FM/TV, Angel FM/TV, Citi FM/TV and Peace FM with musical interlude and cultural display.  Among dignitaries who witnessed the commissioning was the District Chief Executive, District Co-ordinating Director and section of the Assembly Staff, District Education Director, Nananom, Queen Mother, Elders and section of community members, the NPP Chairman for the Constituency, the Contractor for the project as well as the teaching staff and the student’s body were all present to grace the occasion. The chairman for the occasion was the Dadease Krontihene and chief of Nsueam II, Nana Doben Ampong.   


The Chairman was grateful to Hon. DEC, Management of the Assembly and the Government as a whole, for timely reaching out to their pressing needs. He pledged to ensure that the facility is put to use effectively and properly maintained. He however used the opportunity to request for more of such interventions to support the educational needs of the increasing number of youth in the community and its environs. He likewise pleaded with the Government to help fix the deplorable roads which was affecting socio-economic development of the district. To motivate teachers to put up their maximum best, Nana urged the citizens to live in harmony with all staff posted to the community.

The District Education Director on his remarks, expressed his appreciation to the Assembly and the Contractor for providing such a befitting facility in support of his directorate. He affirmed his willingness to provide a better educational system in the district and pleaded with the community to ensure that the facility is put into good use.

The Hon. District Chief Executive in his speech, expressed gratitude to Nananom for allocating a piece of land for the construction of the facility. He remarked that the Assembly has been grateful to the good people of Nsuaem II in diverse ways especially, during the unexpected disaster which negatively affected the social life of the community. He thanked Hon. Acheamfour, the Assembly Member of the Electoral Area for exceptional manner he has worked with the Assembly. The Hon. DCE indicated his awareness of the Community’s needs and further informed them that a new contract has been awarded for the construction of additional classroom block to help alleviate their difficulties in this regard. He quickly charged all citizens to be committed to the payment of their mandated tax obligations to enable the Assembly provide the social amenities needed in the district. To the Contractor, the DCE congratulated him for his dedicated effort in completing the project on time even though, the Assemble was still owing him.


The District Chief Executive with the assistance of Nana Doben Ampong, cut a tape to traditionally symbolized the commissioning of the project and thereafter, handed over the keys of the facility to the Headmaster of the school. He urged the community to take good care of the facility and to report any challenges regarding the use of the facility to his outfit for redress.


The Assembly has its mandate to facilitate the provision of basic social services and economic infrastructure. Such mandate is said to be effectively implemented if the Community also play its part by paying the needed taxes in support of the Assembly’s commitment.