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Anyamam Community School appeals for help

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The Anyamam Community School building in the Ada West District of the Greater Accra Region is in dire need of renovation and expansion as it has become a death trap.

The roof of the School was ripped off during a rain storm in 2017 and has been replaced with palm fronds, compelling the pupils to abandon classes for safety elsewhere whenever it rains.

Due to the situation, the pupils have stacked wooden planks over cement blocks to use as desks. Whilst some sit on the bare floor, the seemingly fortunate ones adjust on cement blocks.

Others have no choice but to bend over to write on the improvised desks. This came to light at a Parent Teacher Association and Town Hall meeting. The Assembly Member for the Anyamam electoral area, Philip Sai, called for an immediate intervention from the Assembly, organisations and individuals to save the situation since the current conditions at the school are negatively affecting teaching and learning.

The Chief Fisherman of Anyamam and Chairman for the Greater Accra Regional Canoe Fishermen Association, Nene Raymond Abayateye said the Association is considering using part of the 53 per cent of income generated from the premix fuel to renovate the school and also build toilet facilities for communities along the coast.

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