Easter 2019, during his visit, Kwadwo visited the site of the future school together with the chief of the village of Mantukwa, Mr. Nana Owusu-Boasiako three, whom you see on the left hand side of the picture.

In July 2019 the official steps with the Land Registry Office were initiated. The surface of the land is 1.63 acres or about 6,600 ㎡. Now the ground belongs to Abotre.

From the beginning of 2020 Kwadwo started to realise that the planned area will probably not be large enough. In fact, the project is taking shape, and a well and kitchen, nursery and poultry house are planned on the land next to the school building.

Kwadwo then re-started negotiations with the village headman, who granted him an additional plot of land. The land now covers an area of almost 9,000 ㎡.

In July 2020 the land was cleared of its undergrowth. The local architect came in August 2020 to inspect the site before the plans could be drawn up.

Here is a picture of the land at the end of August 2020 and the architect took care to preserve as many trees and palm trees as possible.


In August 2020

A little water canal ran along the property and the small bridge over it needed to be fixed to guarantee access to the land during construction.