Speaking at the laying of the foundation stone, Mayor Bensouda noted that KMC must deliver the right to education by investing D13 Million to build an assembly hall with a minimum capacity of 1,000 seats.
Mayor Bensouda called the investment a good development for the school which he believes will bring unity amongst students and the local community. He declined to call the investment a gift or a privileged and instead branded it a right.
According to the KMC Mayor, the “project should be completed by 2024 and we hope to see you all back here to celebrate the launching of this hall”.
Our reporter spoke to KMC Councillor Karamo Ceesay to explain the source of the D13 million for the school hall and was informed that the funds are coming from KMC Taxpayers. The Councillor who won re-election at the recent Councillor Elections shared these rendered photos of the school hall’s design.
Acting Principal Tamba added that both the staff, students and by extension, the wider community of Bundung will be able to utilize the hall as a platform to nurture their talents and interests to engage in meaningful activities and forge lifelong friendships.
“It will also bring an end to the nightmare of sitting arrangements for the conduct of our internal and national examinations conducted by WAEC. I am confident that this new assembly hall will create endless opportunities for the personal and academic growth of our student fraternity,” said Acting Principal Tamba.