Every aspect of the education sector in our country has befallen and can be described as being under demonic control. The education in Ghana lack equipments and basic implements needed to improve learning in the country.
Government and Ministry of Education has left behind the students and teachers of St. Francis Anglican M/A Junior high school at Tokuranu. A community in the Krachi-East Municipality of the new Oti Region. The story of this poor community is heart touching.
As the corrupt leaders enroll their wards in proper and industrious schools, we, the poor one has to pay for them as we suffer. The students and teachers of the Anglican school have been forced to gain knowledge under palm trees. They live under it as their classrooms and staffroom. This bias leaders will never think about such problems of the country.
Adom News report monitored by Bordexa indicates that the students’ and teachers’ life in the school is under threat. Their life is in danger if they continue to continue to engage in their old school building.
“The JHS is housed in a dilapidated structure with no wall and window locks to safeguard the place after school hours.”
Adom News‘ checks have revealed that the state of the school has forced the pupils and teachers to depend on palm branches and other wood stamps for a temporary shed for studies.
The school has a number of challenges, including a lack of furniture, teachers’ offices, library, among other educational needs that make teaching and learning effective.
Speaking with Adom News, some pupils lamented, saying the lack of classroom infrastructure and other learning materials is having a negative effect on their studies.
They, therefore, appealed to the government, individuals, and other charitable organisations to come to their aid
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