According to Ghanaontheglobe.com report, the Kindergarten(KG) classroom of Asuotwene primary school has become a death trap to pupil and teachers who engage in teaching activities at the deteriorated teaching facility.
The nature of the classroom has been in such a deplorable state for many years as authorities have turned deaf hears to all concerns being raised by teachers and heads of the school according to Ghanaontheglobe.com reports. Teachers of the school are faced with no option than to engage the young pupil in teaching activities in such a poor environment and facility, they do so, to deter themselves from any penalty from Ghana Education Service(GES) for missing class.
Residents of Asuotwene have pleaded with authorities to immediately do something about the situation before any unexpected calamity is recorded but the authorities seem to have turned a blind eye to the grievance of the people.
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Furthers calls are being directed to the Minister of Education, Honorable Yaw Osei Adutwum and the office of Ghana’s president, Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo for the issues to be immediately addressed before any calamity is being recorded.
Asuotwene is a town located in the Upper West Akim District which has Adeiso as it’s districts capital. Asuotwene is located 17 kilometers from it’s district capital. The district was carved out of the West Akim Municipal Assembly in 2011 by Legislative Instrument (LI) 2049. The District was inaugurated on 30th June 2012 and now one of the 26 administrative districts in the Eastern Region. Joseph Sam Amankwanor is the current Member of Parliament for Upper West Akim District.