Education is one of the basic necessities every government must put near to the top of its priority list. The government of Ghana is doing its possible best to make education accessible to all children in the country. However, there is something very crucial that the government must pay more attention to. There are many students who are currently studying under trees and other unfavourable learning and teaching structures. Such students only get the opportunity to engage in teaching and learning activities when the weather is fine and friendly. These students are forced to automatically end their teaching and learning activities when it begins to rain or when the weather becomes very unfavourable.
Many Ghanaians are very heartbroken about the current sad news told from Tokroano in the Oti Region. The news has got many people very emotional. Students of the St. Pauls R/C JHS were captured building their own classroom block to enable them to engage in teaching and learning activities even if the weather becomes unfavourable. This building construction involved both the boys and girls of the school. The girls of the school go to the nearby source of water to fetch and return them to were the classroom block is been constructed.
The main construction works is done by the boys of the schools. These schools boys were captured digging sand for the building at the risk of injuring their feet. Moreover, these ambitious students have sacrificed their learning hours to engage in this activity. Most of them were in their school uniforms while doing such dirty works. The JHS students of St. Pauls R/C are currently studying under an unsafe structure in the school.
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