YEN.com.gh understands that 400 students have been displaced following a severe rainstorm that hit the Asanteman Senior High School in the Ashanti region.
The incident, which started at about 6pm on Thursday, April 4, 2019, left roofs ripped off and personal belongings such as mattresses, clothing and academic materials destroyed.
The students were forced to spend the rest of the night with their colleagues in the two other girls’ dormitories.
Academic activities were cancelled in the morning of Friday, April 5, 2019, to allow the affected students salvage their personal effects.
3news.com reports that no student suffered any injury or collapsed as was rumoured on social media on the night of the rainfall.
The school authorities have reportedly resolved to move the affected students to temporarily join their colleagues in other two dormitories until their block is restored.
Meanwhile, a number of schools within the Kumasi metropolis also suffered various damages because of the rainstorm that has left parts of the city in darkness as electricity poles have been uprooted leaving cables lying on the streets.
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