GETFUND school blocks project newly constructed Oyibi Presby basic School have been locked
By MacGeorgeMedia | self meida writer
Published 3 days ago - 48 views
Two completed GETFUND school classroom block project at Oyibi (Kpone-Katamanso Municipality) has been locked up by the contractors as a result of leaving pupils stranded and studying under crowded old classrooms. Meanwhile, The Lighthouse MEGA church around the school premises has allowed students to have class in their auditorium.
The contractor claimed he has not been paid hence he is suffering. I ready to handover the project keys to the authorities if he is paid for work done, He stated.
An exclusive interview with GETFUND Administrator on TV3NewsGh– Dr. Richard Buadu revealed that, GETFUND doesn't own the said contractor anything however he had been paid in 2020.
He further urge the assemblies to take it up because it is against the law.
We hope the necessary actions is taken to have pupils of Oyibi Presby school to learn in a pace environment.
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