Teachers and pupils of Avegorme LA Primary School, located in the South Tongu District of the Volta Region of Ghana are left bewildered as schools reopen.
According to details received by rymcitigh.com, the pupils of Avegorme LA Primary School in Sogakofe, have been studying under dilapidated structures for a while now. The classrooms are in such deplorable state that the children have to compete with animals for space.
The school also lacks desks and other teaching and learning materials. Due to this, the pupils are forced to commute everyday to access education in a near by village called Toklokpo, a situation that has affected the population of the school.
Several calls made to the government to come to the aid of the school with a new fit for purpose classrooms had yielded no dividend. The school was originally started by the Baptist Church and later, taken over by the government of Ghana.
The lingering question in the minds of the indigenes is where their children will sit and study when schools reopen.
They are therefore calling on the benevolence of people to come to their aid to help put up befitting classrooms for the children.
Below are some pictures of the school:
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