Heartbreaking photos of dilapidated school abandoned by policymakers for years pop up

Heartbreaking photos of dilapidated school abandoned by policymakers for years pop up

- A popular school in the Eastern Region has been dilapidated for years without attention from any policymakers

- It is indicated that the roof got damaged after a heavy downpour and nothing has been done to improve the situation since early 2019

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Kwamang M/A primary and JHS located at Nkawkaw Kwamang in the Kwahu-West Constituency in the Eastern Region has reportedly been abandoned by policymakers for years.

Information reaching YEN.com.gh indicates that the school building's roof got damaged after a heavy downpour.

After the roof got damaged, the elders of the community reported the incident to both the Assemblyman of the community and the MP of the constituency Hon Eric Kwakye Darfour.

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Reports indicate that a few media houses also shared the story but nothing has yet been done to the school building to improve learning.

The roof of the school building has been damaged since the early part of 2019 and all attempts to get help have landed on deaf ears.

See photos of the school below:

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Photo showing different section of the school:

Huge portions of roofing torn away:

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