- A video of school kids learning in a flooded classroom has popped up online
- The video shows the roof of the classroom seriously leaking while it rained
- Despite the obvious danger, the school children were forced to sit through studies
- Some Ghanaians have reacted after the video surfaced online
Some Ghanaians have reacted passionately over a video that emerged of some students leaning in a flooded classroom with a leaking roof while it rained.
The video shows the students seated in the flooded classroom while studies was ongoing and worse, the roof of their dilapidated school building was leaking amid heavy rains.
While details including the name of the school and whether or not it’s a Ghanaian school are yet to be known, many have already reacted over the video which has the determined kids seated in the flooded classroom to access knowledge.
''Only those with small brains will fall for this, part of whole school is leaking,and you have parents and teachers who see this every day,why can't the parents contribute to solve this?how much will it cost to fix this oh my country Ghana!!! always waiting for someone, can't we help ourselves? I rest my case,'' Samuel Appiagyei, said in reaction.
Arma Jones wrote: ''How can students learn in such deplorable conditions. What a shame on those responsible for neglecting these kids. As a matter of fact they are future leaders of their country. To the political leaders, please allocate funds to the national budget for school infrastructure.''
Assaid Difan had a word for African leaders when he said: ''This is the mentality that our political class has in Africa and we have to change.''
NewMoni Quarm said: ''So what....sometimes blame you stupid parents who fault to managed their good life in a wrong.....and living the government hell alone. The good foundation you see today in America and Europe was made by their old generation not this f..cked up one's of today.''
''Regardless of where this school is, the fact of the matter is indifference here is indifference everywhere.
Hide or report this,'' Arma Jones, also said in reaction.
However, some reports say, the school is located in Nigerian.
Meanwhile, while losing one’s biological dad at a very tender age can be very traumatic for any child, the innocence of childhood shielded the kids of the late Captain Maxwell Mahama from the full impact of their father’s untimely death.
Jaden and Jeremiah were still very young when their father was killed in an ungodly attack that left his wife, Barbara Mahama, his immediate family and many Ghanaians utterly shocked.
Despite the traumatic experience for Barbara and her children, she continues to rise and her kids look charming in a recent photo she shared on Instagram.
A recent photo of Jaden and Jeremiah together with their mother shows the kids are faring well.
Faces of Ghana: Meet the Ghana Police Officer who helps the poor and needy| #Yencomgh:
Your favourite news website, YEN.com.gh, has been nominated for online portal of the year by the National Communications Awards.