The US-based Ghanaian journalist, Kelvin Taylor has shown a video of school children at the office of their Municipal Chief Executive (MCE) peacefully demonstrating against poor infrastructure in their school. The name of this Junior High School is New Nsuta School and it can be found in Obuasi.
According to Kelvin Talor, the school children in your picture below went to their DCE, Hon. Adansi Bonna's office to request that they have heard him say that he utilized 50 Million old Ghana cedis for infrastructural development in the Obuasi West District. The children were there to protest against how such a huge amount could use within 2017 and 2020 but their school couldn't get their share.
When Kelvin Taylor's team interviewed the prefects of the school, they lamented that their school lack school desks. They also spoke about their school being used refuse dump and a place of convenience for the community because of the nature of the school building. Just check the nature of the school building below, why wouldn't these student children demonstrate against their MCE.
The children have now been promised that the problems in their school will be fixed in June this year. But what Kelvin Taylor does not understand is, it was this same MCE who stood in front of Ghanaians and said that he has spent 50 million old Ghana cedis on infrastructural development in the Municipal but couldn't fix the problem in this school.
The journalist actually described the situation as the MCE, Hon. Adansi Bonna throwing dust into the eyes of the general public as there is no way he could have spent that amount within 2017 and 2020 without any development in this school.
This is what Kelvin Taylor wrote on his official Facebook:
"The Obuasi Mess and Thievery by their MCE.
Even school kids are seeing the light by demonstrating against bad leadership".
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