According to her, she and over 700 students of the Walewale Senior High Technical School are struggling to get portable water for use because almost all the water pumps in their school has destroyed.
They have to walk for close to one hour before helping themselves to get water in either a dug out pond or well. They cried on authorities to come to their aid.
" We're the future leaders of tomorrow. We need portable drinking water to live and serve our country. They should help us. " Aisha said in portion of her interview on Joynews.
We hope and pray that authorities especially the vice president of the Republic of Ghana Dr Mahmoud Bawumia listens to the sad story of these young ones and come to their aid.
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