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Pupils still studying under trees in Tolon

2014-11-05 09:39:41
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Additionally, some of the classrooms are overcrowded due to inadequate infrastructure. Head teacher of Woribogu Ahmadiya Primary School, Christiana Alandong earlier called for government’s immediate attention.

The Member of Parliament for Tolon, Hon. Wahab Suhuyini Wumbei told Citi News plans were afoot to fix the problem.

“During the onset of the rains a number of schools in the district were affected by rainstorm but we were able to do estimates for nine schools.”

He explained, “I wrote to the Ministry of education through the district Director of education and just last two months the Ministry of education gave approval for the refurbishment of these schools.”

According to the Tolon Legislator, the District Assembly awarded the contracts and expected that work will start soon.”

Hon. Wahab Suhuyini Wumbei said he lobbied for enough infrastructure to decongest overcrowded schools in the district.


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