Students of Kufori Primary cry out to Government for help
The Primary School pupils of Kufori, a suburb of Gbintiri in the East Mamprusi Municipality of the North East Region are appealing to government to as a matter of urgency come to their aid.
The school was established in 2003 with mud structure under former President Kufour’s government by the community members.
The school has since been left unattended to by successive governments after it was absorbed by government in 2007.
The Residents in the community have expressed disappointments over the bad nature of their primary school.
Speaking to the press about the state of the school, a concern resident and pioneer of the reckity school Janfo Lidun Abdul-Razak revealed that several attempts made by parents to put up a better structure for their wards to learn under conducive environment was unsuccessful.
Mr. Janfo Lidun Abdul-Abdul-Razak explained that countless reports from residents to authorities of the municipality about the school have yielded no results.
He bemoaned that, the lives of over three hundred (300) pupils are in jeopardy if adequate measures are not put in place. The school is lagging behind in terms of furniture and many valuable educational materials.
Mr Lidun who currently rendering voluntary services at Kufori School believes that the institution is at verge of collapsing if nothing is done.
He indicated that many teachers turned down postings to Kufori Primary School for fear of being hunted by reptiles and other dangers the school may impose on them.
Meanwhile the school is handled by six teacher comprising three males and three females.
On his part, the Assmblyman for the area, Hon. Kpasah Francis also told the press that many pupils have dropped out of school due to the poor state of the school so as to benefit from the free senior High School programme.
Hon. Kpasah however appealed to government and corporate bodies to as a matter of urgency come to their aid.