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Over 3,000 Pupils Suffer Fate After Heavy Rains In Ejura-Sekyedumase

Over 3000 pupils in the Ejura-Sekyedumase Municipality of the Ashanti Region are forced to study in deplorable classroom blocks after rainstorm ripped off roofs of some six Junior high school buildings.

The schools roofing system according to the Municipal Education Director, Mr Kwasi Frimpong Haruna were ripped off last Friday causing difficulties to students and teachers in the area.

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He disclosed that, although authorities in the municipality are working around the clock to solve the roofing problem, the situation has affected academic activities in the schools.

Mr Haruna was speaking in the Kumasi based OTEC 102.9 FM’s morning show Nyansapo on Tuesday February 7, 2023.

“Some of the students are currently learning in makeshift facilities with many under the mercy of the sun making it difficult for students to concentrate on their studies”, he told the programme’s host Captain Koda.

“The education Directorate has already requested about 3000 pieces of wood from the Forestry Department in the area but the entire work will need a lot of resources”


“We are therefore appealing to the government and all good will Ghanaians to help roof the buildings again”.



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