Kosu is a farming community in the Tano south Municipality in the Ahafo Region. Nana Kwame Boadi who is the spokes person to the chief of kosu traditional area Nana Fosu Boadi Amponim, has pleaded with Nana Addo Dankwah Akuffo-Addo to come to their aid with school chairs as school re-opens and begins serious studies.
According to Nana Boadi, due to the covid-19 pandemic where government announced a lockdown, schools were still close even after the lock down was lifted for as long as 9 months. As a results of that, the school compounds are very bushy and due to the collapse of the school building, there is no chairs in the various classroom for the students to even sit on when serious classes begin.
Nana the appealed to the president that, after providing them with chairs, the students will then need personal protective equipment (nose mask, hand sanitizers, veronica buckets, thermometer gun..) as soon as possible to the Kosu JHS and primary to combat with the virus.
However, the Assemblyman for kosu electoral area, Hon. John Kwahu Yeboah also said the challenge they are facing when its comes to education is worst, so he is pleading with the government, NGOs, and the general public to show kindness to commiserate the misfortune disquieting them urgently because schools has e-open and classes is ongoing but no chair to students.
With regard to the re-opening of schools, Dr Hagger Hillda has also hinted that, school who does not adhere to the covid-19 protocols will be shutdown, hence the Assemblyman and Akwamuhene of Kosu do not want the schools in their community to be close down so teachers must set example for their students to follow.
Source; Trust news