- Teaching and learning at the Agona Bobikuma Presbyterian School has turned very risky
- YEN has been alerted on how the dilapidated school is posing huge safety risks to pupils
Access to quality education in Ghana continues to be a dream for most of our young pupils in the hinterlands. YEN’s attention has been drawn to a troubling situation at the Agona Bobikuma Presbyterian school in the Central region where pupils risk their lives just for the education they strife to have.
A visit to the school has shown that pupils do not only learn under the mercy of the weather but also sit in classrooms with huge cracks and tattered roofs.
Unfortunately, all efforts by the assemblyman of the area, Oduro Kyereboah and the Parent Teacher Association (PTA) to beg for help has proven futile.
“This is really affecting their academic work.They are appealing to the government and NGOs to come to their rescue before misfortune occur,” Kyereboah lamented in a letter to YEN.
The unfortunate crisis befallen the school is feared to have existed for the past 10 years as academic hours have always been interrupted whenever there is a downpour.
“All the classrooms turn to swimming pool whenever it rains. l have already moved my child to a nearby school,” the assembly man who also doubles as a parent revealed to YEN.
The unfortunate situation with the Agona Bobikuma Presbyterian school follows a similar unfortunate situation YEN reported about on worrying photos of how dilapidated the Boinso Presby Primary and JHS in the Western region was ruining the future of our young children.
YEN together with the tens of young students at the Agona Bobikuma Presbyterian School is calling on government and you our cherished readers to help make education not dream but a reality for these students.
Kindly contact the assemblyman of the area, Oduro Kyereboah on 0274701418 for assistance on how to lend a helping hand.
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