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Congestion forces Koforidua SEC TECH students to sleep on bare floor

Understudies at Koforidua Senior High Specialized School (SECTECH) rest on the limited floor spaces between beds, this is because of congestion. 

Because of an absence of appropriate beds, it has gotten difficult to follow the social division strategy. 

As per sources, understudies are experiencing issues dozing, especially around evening time, which is influencing their scholarly exhibition. 

At the point when a few old understudies got back to their institute of matriculation, they were stunned by the situation and distributed recordings via web-based media. 

They said they are obliged to rest on one little bed to abstain from dozing on the exposed floor during their experience with a portion of the understudies. 

George Agyei Boateng, Leader of the Koforidua SECTECH Old Understudies Affiliation, raised worry over the school's weakening condition. 

"There has been basically little improvement at the school since I left in 1982. In an appearance on Adom FM's morning program, Dwaso Nsem, on Monday, he said, "I'm really astounded at what I saw in the school under President Akufo-Addo's free Senior Secondary School (SHS) strategy" 

Mr Boateng urged the public authority to empower guardians to pay charges considering the current circumstance, refering to inadequacies in the execution of the free SHS program.

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