Awudome-Korfe Primary School cries for classroom block

Awudome-Korfe Primary School cries for classroom block
Awudome-Korfe Primary School cries for classroom block

The Parent-Teacher Association (PTA) Chairman of Awudome-Korfe Primary School, Mr. Ibrahim Siabu, has appealed to the Kadjebi District Assembly, benevolent organisations and philanthropists to help provide the school with a decent classroom block to aid teaching and learning.

He said the community established the school in 2006 with the sole aim of providing basic education to the children of the area, who hitherto, travelled about 12 Kilometers to access basic education at Okanta near Kadjebi.Mr. Siabu who disclosed this to the Ghana News Agency (GNA) during a community meeting at Awudome Kofe in the Kadjebi District of the Oti Region said although the community managed to construct a mud structure for the pupils, it could no longer accommodate the huge enrolment numbers.

He described the situation as sorrowful, worrisome, and unacceptable to have such a school in this 21st Century, where every child is supposed to access education without any hindrance.

Mr. Siabu expressed their readiness to provide communal labour to any non-governmental organisation that was ready to assist them with a new classroom block.Mr. Kabi Nyande, the Assembly member for Okanta Electoral Area said the school’s infrastructural deficit would be solved since he had informed the Kadjebi District Assembly on its deplorable state and called on the community to invest in their children’s education since it was the best investment they could make in life.He also urged them to provide their wards with their school needs such as uniforms and books since the government could not do everything.Mr. Samuel Asiamah Dabo, the Head teacher of the school pleaded with them to take good care of their children whether they were biological or adopted as God had plans for everybody.

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He also advised them to visit their children at school to know how they were performing in class.

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