Seventeen primary and junior high schools have taken delivery of desks from the Hohoe Municipal Assembly.
The distribution of the 300 desks formed part of a series of distributions made to enhance quality education delivery.
The Honourable Municipal Chief Executive(MCE), Mr Daniel Noble Awume said the Assembly was committed to giving students in the Muncipality quality education.
He said it was the hope that more desks would be distributed to other schools. He added that, the transformational agenda of the government can only be achieved through education and for this reason, the Assembly considers education as one of its topmost priorities.
Mr Awume urged the heads of schools in the municipality to give their best to improve the outcomes of the basic education certificate examination results.
He also hinted of plans to institute award schemes to motivate best performing schools and students.
Madam Janet Valerie Datsa, the Muncipal education director, expressed gratitude to the Assembly for the support. She commended the MCE for his passion and dedication to the educational sector of the Municpality as far as teaching and learning is concerned.
She said the desks came at the right time since it would help students feel comfortable in school.