Swedru school of Business cries for facilities

The Headmaster of the Swedru School of Business, Mr Samuel Afrifa Appiagyei, has appealed to the government and donor agencies to help the school with additional structure for its increasing student population.

Mr Appiagyei told the GNA in an interview that the school did not benefit from the government’s programms for schools in the Central Region.

He said inadequate facilities had made it impossible to admit more students this academic year.

Mr Appiagyei said the authorities had arranged a private house for the boys while a wooden structure meant for a store had been converted into dormitory for the new students.

He said the school, built about 50 years ago, was still using wooden facilities for teaching and non teaching staff adding that termites are destroying the wooden structures housing the library  and its contents.

Mr Appiagyei said the school’s bus and truck were not road worthy and that the school was using its little resources to construct a fence wall.

The Headmaster said the absence of an Assembly Hall for the school compelled the students to meet under a tree on the compound.

Source: GNA

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