Should Dagbon be divided to create the Eastern Corridor Region?
Only if Yendi is Capital City
view results

Afeghera Primary School lacks furniture

2009-12-14 20:20:23
This article has been read 673 times.

Pupils at Afeghera Primary School at Zuarungu in the Bolgatanga Municipality of the Upper East Region, lie on their stomachs to take down notes as a result of inadequate classroom furniture.

The school also lack, teaching and learning materials, source of drinking water, toilet facilities and is not hooked to the National School Feeding Programme.

The Headmistress of the School, Mrs. Adishetu Braimah disclosed the school’s predicament during the 50th Anniversary and Speech and Prize Given Day of the academic facility on Friday at Zuarungu.

She said the population of the school continued to dwindle because some parents were withdrawing their children.

Mrs. Braimah noted that despite the challenges, the school was performing well in both academic and extra curricular activities such as cultural display.

The school also excelled in the school performance monitoring test.

The Headmistress appealed to stakeholders to come to the aid of the school.

The Municipal Chief Executive, Mr. Epsona Ayamga assured the School of the provision of furniture to facilitate teaching and learning.

He urged members of the community to view the school as their own property and contribute to complement Government’s investments in education.


Latest News
Vitting SHS students ‘sleeping under trees’

Abudus withdraw from Dagbon peace talks again

Tamale residents defend Mayor as impeachment agitation gathers momentum

Two killed in ‘attack’ on Fulanis at Yendi

Tamale Mayor faces impeachment over ‘stinking’ contracts, disrespect

'Mahama Camboo' collapsing taxi business

‘Yellow-Yellow’, the ‘Uber’ of Tamale pushing taxi drivers out of busine

Buipe SHS matron arrested for stealing free SHS food

NPP youth invade police station, free suspects in Karaga

NPP youth chase DCE out of his residence

back January 2018 forward

currently online


visitors since Jan. 2006
Last updated: