The eight Seater Water Closet (WC) facility will be funded from proceeds of the Ghana Education Trust Fund (GETFund)
The MP made this known when he met the Parent Teacher Association (PTA) of the school on Friday September 25, 2009 on the school's premises in Accra.
He said it was a shame for a school which contained over 1300 pupil to have no toilet facility for several years.
That. he said, disrupted teaching and learning as children were compelled to go home to attend to the call of natures, Mr Tetteh Chaie appealed to the school authorities and parents to help maintain the facility and always keep it clean after it had been constructed.
The head teacher of the school, Ms Mercy Genevieve Dzitrie thanked the MP in advance for the facility which she said was a serious challenge to the school.
She said the school's toilet which was built in 1974 had been in a terrible state for years and could not be used.
She added that teachers had to plead with residents in the area to use their washrooms when the need arose.
She mentioned lack of computers, inadequate desks and lack of security as other challenges facing the school.
The head teacher said some parents were withdrawing their wards from the school because the school was not benefiting from the School Feeding Programme.
She advised the parents to be responsible and help the teachers in bringing up the children to become good citizens.
The Assembly Member for Mataheko Electoral Area, Mr Emmanuel Nii Annah Tagoe advised the PTA to support the school in its small way and not rely on government interventions to maintain the school.
He said parents should try their best to motivate the teachers to offer their best in the discharge of their duties.
He added that the MP was committed to improving education delivery in the constituency and therefore called on the parents and teachers to support him.