A classroom cave-in at the Breman Gyambra Methodist KG School Tuesday morning, has killed six pupils, and left three in critical condition.
The building collapsed while the pupils were in the middle of a lesson, killing four children instantly. The two other pupils died on their way to the Breman Asikuma Government hospital.
Confirming the incident to Citi News, the Breman Esikuman District Director of the Commission on Human Rights on Administrative Justice (CHRAJ) Samuel Donkor said that the school had however not been closed down for the day.
According to Mr Donkor, he said that headmaster admitted that the school was aware of the deplorable state of the classroom building, and as such the PTA was planning on levying students to help fund the restoration of the building.
Mr Donkor also noted that CHRAJ was prepared to aid the parents of the deceased and injured pupils receive some compensation from the government.
He said, "I left a message with the head teacher that if the parents come, they should tell them to come to the CHRAJ office so we assist them as to how they will get some compensation from the government."