A primary school in Jamoi community in the Kpandai District of the Northern Region has more than a 100 students from kindergarten to grade 6 all under one big roof sharing a classroom.
This has raised much concern among residents of the area, parents as well as teachers of the school.
The chief and his subjects have made a passionate appeal to government to revive and complete an uncompleted 6-unit GETFUND project building which was abandoned in 2011.
According to the PTA chairman for the school, the school which was established in 1952 had come to an infrastructural standstill until 2011 when a 6 unit GETFUND project launched by government begun, however as of today the building stands uncompleted. From 2011 nothing has been done about the building.
The PTA chairman further stated that students lay on the floor to write since the school did not have any furniture to sit on.
The School prefect, Addai Caleb told mynewsgh that for the past five years students had to come to school with their own stools while others rely on bare floor as a canvas for writing.
He described the situation as gradually deteriorating and is calling on government to come and help them and ensuring the completion of the 6-unit GETFUND project building.
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