Now the pupils are being asked to move out of the private residence because the owner wants it use it.
The school was adopted by government in 2009 and foundation for a six unit classroom block, library and staff common room was started in 2011 but the projected never advanced beyond the dugout foundation.
A class five pupil of the school told A1 News they deserve the necessary infrastructure for effective teaching and learning. “The situation is very bad” she said.
Acting headmaster of the Abolato Nursery and Primary school, George Ayelyine Amogre says anytime it is raining, the school has to close. He is appealing to the appropriate authorities to come to their aid.
By: Prosper Bayeta Amoah | A1radioonline.com | Ghana