The Education ministry promised to supply food to senior high schools in the Upper West Region. However the chairman of the National Graduate Teachers Association (NAGRAT), Harruna Ussif Kadiri that, the ministry didn't do as they promised.
He said on 13th July 2022 on 3FM that not even a single teacher has received any supply.The Conference of Heads of Assisted Secondary Schools (CHASS) in the Upper West Region wrote a letter to the Regional Director of the Ghana Education Service (GES) that, the schools are running out of money and food supplies and attempts to get some from the Buffer Stock Company suppliers and other local suppliers have proven futile due to non-payment of outstanding debts owed them.
The school authority also said that, if the situation is not salvaged by 15th July, 2022, they will inform the parents of students to either feed their wards or will be compelled to close down the school since they can't withstand this problem.
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