WN/R: Adjoafua SHS Plead to Authorities For Electricity
By Soleyfootball | self meida writer
Published 5 days ago - 0 views
Adjoafua SHS cries for electricity on campus as darkness continue to hunt them
The Adjoafua Senior High School, one of the few Secondary schools within the Bia West district is calling on government institutions and prominent individuals to help them secure electricity on their campus.
Established on October, 2013 by the Adjoafua Community, the school has left many burdens on the shoulders of the indigens as many children no longer travel log distances in quest for education.
However, recent challenges in power is gradually affect the smooth operation of the school which is severely having a negative impact on the school children.
Hence, authorities of the school are calling on the District Chief Executive of the Bia West District to come to their aid as the situation could escalate when new intake arrive come next month. In addition they are also pleading to ECG to do their maximum best to solve the issue for them.
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