The beautiful resting place (tomb) of Former General Secretary of the New Patriotic Party, Lawer Kwadwo Owusu Afiriyie A.K.A Sir John has created a lot debate among the good people of Ghana. Some Ghanaians have questioned why such an edifice was built to house the dead while the conditions of some of our school, especially the basic schools are nothing to write home about.
A picture of Buase M.A Primary School in the Offinso South Municipality in the Ashanti Region has surfaced. The classroom block of the school is in depolable state, has deep cracks and does not fit to be where Ghanaian children stay and learn.
Some concern youth of Offinso are calling on the National Disaster Management Organisation (NADMO) in the Municipality to demolished the Buase M.A Primary School block for the safety of the pupils and their teachers as the building could collapse any moment from now.
One youth activist wrote: "Deathtrap Buase Primary School must go down"
It is also the duty of the National Schools Inspectorate Authoritiy (NaSSIA) to undertake regular inspections of schools in order draw the attention of the appropriate authorities to do the needful.
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