Nyameyiekrom Basic School in the Ahanta west district of the western region of Ghana is in a deplorable state. According to a reportage by the Adom TV news team, this issue was forwarded to the Government in 2010 and funds were allocated to the reconstruction of the school. The construction stopped at almost 75% completion.
They moved into the classrooms because there was no signs of continuation. The building collapsed in 2017 and this actually led to the students moving back into their old buildings.
The Adom news team interviewed the students and they complained of several issues. The pupils complained of smaller classroom sizes. Some classes have to wait outside for other classes to complete their lessons before other classes can also attend theirs. The smaller size of the classrooms also prevents social distancing which is part of the Corona virus protocols created by the government.
The pupils and teachers of this school appeals to the government to help them in this situation.
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