Rainstorm destroys roof of school buildings
The Jaman North District Chief Executive, Solomon Owusu on Monday, March 21, 2022 visited 2 schools which had their roofs ripped off by a rainstorm that struck the district on Saturday 19th March, 2022.

Date Created : 3/28/2022 12:00:00 AM : Story Author : Michael Boahen/

The affected schools are Duadaso No:2, and Presbyterian Primary/KG

The storm had destroyed the roof of the KG block made up of 3 classrooms.

As at the time the DCE and his team arrived at the school headed by Rev Stephen Ofori-Ampaw at Duadaso Presbyterian around 10:15 am, the affected students made up of KG 1 (20 students), KG 2 (20 students) and class 1students of 27 were spotted in a staff common room for tuition.

The DCE, however, promised the school authorities of handling the havoc as matter of urgency in other to rescue the innocent kids from danger and also to provide them with a convenience and conducive place for learning.

He added that, the KG school building which was constructed by the Duadaso No 2 community needs to be renovated since it has developed some cracks and others.

The DCE and his team from there proceeded to Mayera R/C Primary School headed by Mr Yeboah Yaw Emmanuel with a student population of about 251 made up of 56 Class one students, 43 KG 2 students as we as 152 KG 1 students that had the roof of their classroom block ripped off rendering the students studying under cashew trees.

The team from there ended up their visit at the Sampa Nurses Training School headed by Mr Charles Kandire to access the situation in the school.

According to the principal who updated the DCE and his team on the current situation in the school said, the Assembly should assist them with classrooms since the student population keeps increasing every semester.