Gyindabuo School Now a Death Trap: Over 700 Pupils in Danger
By Upperwestmedia.net | self meida writer
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The P.T.A Chairman for Gyindabuo Community Primary and Junior High School in the Kon Traditional Area, Mr. Ibrahim Gbollo has bemoaned the life threatening state of the school.
The School Which is Located in the Savannah Region According to him is old and weak, he stated the over 700 students manage to take their lesson in those dilapidated structures and as a result, teaching and learning isn't to their expectation due to the fear the students and teachers express in the class. Classes according to him contain at least eighty students which reduces performance.
He added that the number of teachers isn't significant, 4 teachers for the primary and 4 for the JHS, with the JHS, two teachers are planning to take transfer from the school, he stated.
Mr. Gbollo concluded by urging the Sawla Tuna Kalba District Education office and Assembly to come to their aid.
The P.T.A Chairman Commended the NPP Parliamentary Candidate for Sawla Tuna Kalba District, Banasco Seidu Nuhu for Assisting the School with Electricity.
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