Savelugu-Nanton: Schools may close down if storm-ravaged classrooms are not fixed
From: Ghana|Joy News
March 29, 2013, 06:29 GMT
Junior high schools in the savelugu-Nanton municipality in the Northern Region may close down if classroom blocks destroyed by recent rainstorm in the area are not immediately fixed.
The roofs of twelve classroom blocks in three basic schools were completely ripped off by the storm.
Head teacher of one of the schools, Duko Anglican Primary, Vivian Ohene-Adu said they have had to join the classes together.
“...So class one has joined KG two, class two and three in one class, three and four and class [in another class] and class six is standing alone,” he revealed.
Meanwhile, some victims of the rainstorm have criticized the National Disaster Management Organisation (NADMO) for neglecting them weeks after the downpour.
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