Newsghana24.com has published this article “The Ugly School Building in Ghana that needs compassionate changeover” to support the efforts of CitizenBernard (Student Journalist) whose quest is to help seek for the needed material and financial support to help provide the needed modern, human habitable school building for the future man power of Ghana who whose lives, dreams and aspirations are endangered by horrible school buildings such as these and the dedicated teachers who have resolved to give off their best to the kids who enter these deadly structures on a daily basis to seek knowledge.
Yes, the picture the school in question located at Brukum, a farming community in the Eastern region in the Yilo Krobo Municipality.
A visit to the community by CitizenBernard (Student Journalist) revealed that the community lacks basic necessities of life / social amenities such as good roads, portable drinking water, classroom blocks etc.
Speaking to some community folks on the state of the roads, they said “our community has been abandoned by previous governments and the current Nana Addo administration and we are ready to show any politician who visits this community as the 2020 elections approach his exist from this communication or face our wrath. Common motor bikes cannot even ply our roads”
They added that no vehicles is able to ply the roads and so their farm produce are left to perish due to the bad nature of the road.
The community Junior High school has turned into a death trap, a pool of our water in the classrooms whenever it rained.
Close sources within the school revealed that the Municipal Chief Executive Officer, Mr. Tetteh Kupualor Ebenezer came to access the situation a year ago and promised to return a helping hand but has since not returned as promised.
The P.T.A chairman of the school Mr. Thomas Keni appealed to government and other relevant stakeholders to come to their aid.
He added that all the children in the community are opting for Okro farming instead of school due to the deplorable state if the school.
Call CitizenBernard for more information: 0544000824