The Techiman senior high school girls in the Bono East region are likely to be infected with multiple health challenges due to the exposed human excreta. The girls’ dormitory septic tank has completely broken exposing the fecal matter and blowing unwholesome odour in the catchment area causing embarrassment to the students.
The students complained bitterly that, they start to queue at 3 am each day to avoid the flies on the toilet. What is the possibility for the 904 female students to use a toilet facility that can only contain 12 students? Don’t forget that the form one students are not added to this number.
Nkyeremu News sourced this information when the Omanhene of the Techiman Traditional Council, Oseadeyo Akumfi Ameyaw iv provided two master bedrooms apartments to the school.
The toilet available to the students is filled to the brim and has made enough advert for flies to take over the toilet. Several of the students who spoke off-camera to the Nkyeremu News say, about 90 percent of their medical health reports are malaria cases.
Most of the innocent girls who are still virgins have started complaining of vagina discharges among other health hazards all due to their poor place of convenience. Who would have been taking to the task if the sanitation inspection team had gone there? Would it be the students, housemasters, the headmaster, or the MCE to blame?
Due to victimization and unnecessary transfers, the authorities of the school failed to speak on camera. Congratulations to the students who made this canker situation to the public for redress.
It is sad TESS authority’s requests to the Techimam municipal assembly to fix the toilet had not yielded any positive result.
The Techiman municipal health director, Dr. Kwabena Fosuhene described the situation as a health threat for the girls using this unfortunate toilet facility. He says it has multiple health threats and needs immediate redress.
The girls’ prefect of the school, Kotoka Ruth Abigail pleaded with the Techiman municipal assembly to provide speed rams at the entrance of TESS. She says one student has been killed and many others injured through overspeeding vehicles at the school’s entrance. She said more on students’ accommodation challenges.