Nsaba (C/R), Oct. 16, GNA – The Reverend Kenneth Osafo-Amankwa, the Headmaster of Nsaba Presbyterian Senior High School (Presec), has commended the Government for the infrastructural development on-going at the school to ease congestion.
He said the move was one of the best visions to achieve the dream of the Free Senior High School to absorb more Ghanaian children into secondary education.
Reacting to an allegation in the media that the boys’ dormitory at the school was a death trap, Rev Osafo-Amankwa took some media personnel round to inspect three different storey-buildings for boys’ dormitories, two of which were completed.
The contractor was seen on site working on the project to hand over the third dormitory to the school before the next academic year.
Rev Osafo-Amankwa said the school authorities disassociated themselves from the allegation, which portrayed the boys’ dormitory as a death trap.
He said some old students, who were at the school to donate towards the National Science and Mathematics Quiz, asked permission from the authorities to have a look at the school’s infrastructure, only to be followed by the media reports, which he regretted was an embarrassment to the authorities.
Rev Osafo-Amankwa said he took over the administration of the school six months ago and had since seen the determination of the government to improve the infrastructural deficit to ensure effective teaching and learning for enhanced academic standards.