The Akropong School for the Blind has impacted visually-handicapped people with knowledge for years.Its serene environment and conditions of learning makes it one of Ghana's respected educational institutions.It receives lots of donations from many NGOs and Private bodies as measures to completely take care of all the problems of the students However the students of the school caused a huge stir in the news recently when they announced that they wanted their Headmistress out of the school.Today they have resurfaced in the news again for going on a massive demonstration against their Headmistress Madam Magela Narh A video report by blogger Kobby Kyei captured students singing and hitting drums in anger.Students in the video could be heard screaming the popular tag "We need change" on top of their lungs as they paraded the entire school The blind students ended their demonstrations right in front of their Headmistress's office holding various banners carrying different messages of action We wish them well in their fight What can you say to this?
The student Representative body of the Akropong School for the blind in the Eastern region is calling for the removal of the headmistress of the school, madam Mahela Narh.In a joint press statement released by the SRC and the school's Old Students Association, they numbered a number of reasons for the removal of the head of the school.
Students Of Akropong School For The Blind Demonstrate Against Their Headmistress Over Bad Leadership
The long serving educational institution working with blind and visually impaired students in the town of Akropong in the Eastern Region of Ghana, The Akropong School for the Blind is on the news again and this time around not on a good note as students of the school have hit the streets to demonstrate against the headmistress over bad leadership.
Vivo Energy Ghana, the select advertiser, and wholesaler of Shell marked powers and greases has given a multi-practical printer (Kyocera - TASKalfa 2554ci), sacks of rice, and chocolates to the Akropong School for the Blind in the Eastern Region to remember the current year's Valentine's Day.