School faces ejection from rented premises
Abura Dunkwa (Central Region), 26th April ?99 ?
The Aburaman Secondary School at Abura
Dunkwa in the Central Region is being threatened with ejection from the community centre where it is currently housed.
The headmaster, Prince Osei Nkrumah, said there is pressure on the school to quit the premises so that it could be used to host activities of the centre which have now been thrown overboard because there is nowhere to have them.
Prince Nkrumah told newsmen at Abura Dunkwa that classes are now being held at another site provided by the authorities but said it lacked other facilities such as an administration block and library which made it difficult for the smooth runningof the school.
The headmaster appealed to the Abura-Asebu Kwamankese district assembly and the Ghana Education Service to ensure the completion of science laboratory for the school which was started in 1995 but is still at the foundation level.