Final year pupils at the Boya-Kpalsako Junior High School in the Bawku West district of the Upper East region are studying in an uncompleted church auditorium ahead of this year's BECE examination.
Reports by starrfmonline show that the pupils had endured weeks of studying due to the lack of a classroom block. They graduated from a boiling, congested room that is supposed to be the school’s library, currently occupied by those in their second year.
These pupils receive lessons inside a poorly ventilated, fractured structure built with mud and not only liable to a sudden collapse but is also evidently in the wake of rainstorm as the region enters the threshold of torrential rains.
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Meanwhile the ministry of education is yet to respond to the development as the school receives support from other social corporations including the Social Insurance Corporation (SIC) which donated 150 dual desks to the school.