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Wednesday, 21 Nov 2018
Nelson Mandela once said “Education is the most powerful weapon which one can use to change the world” and therefore Minister of Education and Training, Professor Ntoi Rapapa officiated an opening of two classrooms at Mohale Primary School on the 18th May 2018. Speaking at the occasion, Professor Rapapa congratulated the teachers and parents for buying uniforms for their children in this School. He showed that uniform is very important because it helps students to perform well in their studies.
Furthermore, Mr. Rapapa stipulated that as the Ministry, they are honoured to be the one opening the classrooms. “I am confident that the teachers and the learners will use this opportunity to improve their learning skills as they now have classrooms” Prof. Rapapa said. He concluded by wishing the learners all the best in their studies and showed that this is not the end of the Ministry’s work because they will keep on building the classrooms to the needy Schools.
At the same occasion, the Deputy Principal Mrs. Mankoebe Mohale noted that as the School, they have been writing letters to the Ministry of Education for classroom building and today their dream has come true. She further said that they are very thankful for the classrooms and they promised to work very hard to put the School on the map. “we only have 5 teachers in these School and we are asking the Ministry to hire more teachers” said Mrs. Mohale.
Speaking on behalf of the parents, Mrs. Mabaleng Monthla thanked the Ministry for the precious gift they have the School. Mrs. Monthla indicated that, Mohale primary performs very well because it has produced teachers, professional doctors and lawyers. In addition, Mrs. Monthla mentioned that Mohale has shortage of water and poor roads. She begged the Ministry to help them with those needs.