- Saabisi Primary School, a school under the Kassena-Nankana Municipal of the Upper East Region is in a deplorable state
- Pictures showing the poor state of the various facilities have been amassing massive reactions on social media
- Legit.ng has put together some of the interesting comments regarding this as calls are being made on the government for things to be fixed
Pictures from the Upper East Region of Ghana, showing a school called Saabisi Primary School under the Kassena-Nankana Municipal are breaking the hearts of people online.
The visuals being circulated on social media show that the Saabisi Primary School lacks furniture, parts of the classrooms have broken floors and the students have to sit on the floor to learn.
A concerned citizen named Alemya Moses in Navrongo who shared the information is making calls on government and stakeholders to help remedy the situation.
See the post below:
What people are saying:
Ghanaians could not keep their cool after seeing the pictures.
Below were some of their comments.
Asamoah Kwaku mentioned:
"The teachers are doing a great job by teaching in such a condition. Is there a DCE or a district education director??? They need canes."
Damielo Sagent Doe said:
"See our leaders are so ignorant in this country.look at this place, and yet they are seeking for allowance for their spouses.hmm. may God help us. So that our leaders should at least change their attitude."
Gla Dix commented:
"Just yesterday they approved presidential spouses allowance .. I can’t think far.. why won’t the rich always be rich ? Sooo sooo sooo pathetic."
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A lady served with her resources
Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that a Nigerian lady, Iheoma Sunday, has used her one-year National Youth Service Corps programme to make many smile.
Iheoma said that she took it upon herself to raise awareness and source for funds to renovate classrooms in disuse.
She revealed that with the help of the project, students who could not continue their education because they lacked conducive environments to learn returned to their classes.