Headmaster of the St. Stephen Roman Catholic Junior High School at Bodomase in the Kumawu District ,Ashanti region Mr. Jude Owusu Brefo has appealed to Ghana Education Service and Ministry of Education to immediately address infrastructure challenges confronting the School.

According him,the school has a population of about 535 students with 45 tutors ,but the infrastructural development has not let pace with its age and growth.

Mr.Jude Owusu Brefo mede this appeal on the occasion of the 75th anniversary celebration of Bodomase R/C school on Tuesday 28th May,2019.
The celebration was on the theme; “the impact of Catholic education on the community; past,present and future”

He revealed that ,the school cannot boast of even two computers to facilitate the teaching of Information and Communication Technology (ICT),insufficient tables and chairs for both teachers and students,the toilet facility in the school is inadequate to cater for 535 students and 45 teachers.

He stated that,whenever it rains unless teaching and learning suspend due to some damaged roofings of the school building.

He lamented on the frequent defecation around the school compound and in some of the classrooms by unknown residents, because the school is not fence.

He therefore appealed to the District Assembly, the District Director of Education, PTA, Philanthropists ,Old Students, Bodomase Diasporas, and the entire community to come to their aid.

But an indigenous civil society organization called Royal Club donated some mathematical sets to all the junior High School candidates to sit for June 2019 Basic Education Certificate Examination in the Bodomase community.

Speaking to the Patron of the group Mr. Kennedy Antwi Biasiako, he said it is their responsibility to contribute their quota to help promote and develop educational system in the rural area ,especially Bodomase community.

He also urged parents to aught their responsibilities towards their children education . Baffoe Agyekum

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