The Techiman North And South assemblies have denied Aworano Abrafi Islamic school due to its poor state.
The total denial of the Abrafi basic Islamic school makes it one of the worst schools in the Bono East region.
One cannot understand why such an eyesore school been located in Bono East regional capital and also named after Nana Abrafi Koto, the queen mother of Techiman Traditional Area to be in such a sad state.
The people in authority after this publicity have to change the poor conditions of the school to match the true image of Nana Abrafi Koto.
The MCE of Techiman south, Hon John Donyina who refused to speak on camera said Aworano challenges are not his concern since all their royalties are collected to Techiman North.
The blame game continues, the DCE of Techiman North, Hon. Peter Mensah, explained to Nkyeremu News team that, Aworano is under Techiman Municipal Assembly. He said all their MPs and their common fund go to the Municipal Assembly under the EC’s boundaries.
Hon. Peter Mensah concluded that Aworano is not been budgeted in any of their finances.
If this poor school sited here has been a mining area, these same people with their chiefs would have come out with detailed land maps claiming ownership. Poor no friend is indeed justified in this content.
With due respect, Nananom, you owned the land what will be the immediate solution?
The Aworano Abrafi Islamic school which was established in 2012 now has over 400 pupils in this wilderness.
The pupils carry both tables and chairs each day to school. The school is been roofed with palm branches without fence. These bad conditions expose the innocent pupils to hard weather any time they attend classes.
The academic standard of the school looks very bad due to their numerous challenges but the headmaster and his staff failed to speak to Nkyeremu News.
In short, the school lacks almost everything necessary for teaching and learning.
A second-year JHS student of the school shares their challenges.
The challenges of Aworano are not only been limited to the poor Abrafi basic school but the whole community.
Maame Fate who has not been happy with their situation speaks to our news team.
Johnson Takyi reports.