The Chief and the residents of Twifo Kotokye in the Twifo Ati-Morkwa District of the Central Region are calling the government to support their school as pupils and teachers
are under serious threat as academic work is conducted in an old, ramshackle building.
It is feared that the structure, exposes the lives of the pupils and their teachers to danger since it could collapse at any moment.
Speaking in an interview with Mohammed Radiu Dinn Rasko Solar FM news reporter, Nana Akwasi Asamoah IV the chief of Twifo Kotokye whose also double as Benkumhene of Twifo Atti-Morkwa traditional area says, The pupils and teachers are under serious threat as academic work is conducted in an old ramshackle building.
“We have drawn the attention of Twifo Atti-Morkwa District Assembly and Ghana Education Service the issue on countless occasions”
According to him, the building was still in use because they did not have anywhere to keep the students, as an effort to stop them from coming to school would distort the academic calendar.
He therefore urgently appeal to Individual, government, and NGOs to reconstruct the dilapidated school building which is in the verge of collapse.
The unit committee chairman of Twifo Kotokye electoral area, Mr. Adomako Gabriel says, The students sit on blocks before they can learn due to palpably inadequate furniture in the school.
The furniture deficit in the school has culminated in “first come first service struggle” for the students in the school. Four to five students are now compelled to share one desk while others will have to sit on the blocks.
He revealed that Twifo Kotokye D/A basic is one of the best schools in the circuit.
He used the opportunity to appeal to the government and well-being individuals to come to their aid.
Meanwhile, Some of the students in Twifo Kotokye D/A basic appeal to the government, individuals and NGOs to come and support the school.
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