MR. JOHN AMOATENG DEMANDS GOVERNMENT,OTHERS IMMEDIATE SUPPORT FOR AMPAHA PENTCOST BASIS SCHOOL

Mr. John Amoateng the headmaster for Ampaha pentcost basic school in Bosome-Freho in the Ashanti Region of Ghana has appealing to the government and the individuals for infrastructure improvement in the school to enhance academic work.

Their school building has collapsed for the past years during a heavy downpour hit the school, since then the Bosome-Freho district has done nothing about it.

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In an interview with the headmaster, he expressed his disgust to Hon. Yaw Danso for not showing concern to them, he also added that, G.E.S, the government of Ghana, their member of parliament Hon. Joyce Adwoa Akoh Dei, their district chief executive Hon. Yaw Danso and other shareholders to come to their aid with the help of poor infrastructures.

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Speaking with some students, they made it clear that, their district chief executive is seriously aware of plight of the school.

In addition, some of the students learn under uncompleted building thus; Nursery, KG, Primary and JHS student, they informed as that when it starts raining it enters all the classrooms and floods up the place, due to this massive situation it does not make teaching and learning effective.

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Headmaster, Teachers and Students of Ampaha in Ashanti Region are pleading to G.E.S, government and their district chief executive Hon.Yaw Danso to come to their aid.

By Nana Nyarko

Source:kethmediaonline.com

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