The name of this School is Diana Presbyterian primary school in the Walewale Municipality, the home Constituency of Dr Mahamudu Bawumia Vice President of Ghana.
Ghanaians will recall that H.E Dr. Mahamudu Bawumia in the run up to the 2016 General Elections, visited a certain school by name ‘Kperisi’ primary school in the Upper West Regional of Ghana.
He claimed he was appalled by what he saw in that particular school. He eventually ended up exaggerating the conditions that were prevalent in the school at the time for political expediency.
Many Ghanaians thought that he was really passionate as he claimed or projected himself to be prior to 2016, but having become the Vice President of the republic of Ghana for almost 2 years on, it appears that once they have gotten political power, nothing much has been done to ensure that schools that do not have adequate furniture and infrastructure are addressed.
The expectations of many Ghanaians are far from being met because the pictures attached to this story are from the Vice Present’s own backyard Walewale.
It has been 23 months since Nana Addo-Bawumia government took office. Ghanaians have been subjected to extreme hardships and sufferings.
We have a government that has unquenchable appetite for reckless borrowing leading to an unprecedented amount debts accumulated so far from loans borrowed so far in less than 2 years in office (about Ghc50 billion), with nothing to show for it except for the 111 ministers and 998 ‘presidential’ staffers.
This school in question is in the Tinguri Circuit in the Walewale Municipal Assembly the hometown of His Excellency Dr. Mahamudu Bawumia.
One may ask, what did NDC? Legitimate question but these are few of the things the previous NDC government did. Two separate 3-unit classroom blocky were built for that school; one for the primary school and the other for the JHS.
The past NDC government also connected the community to the national grid as well as provide potable drinking water for the people. Access road was also constructed under the NDC through this community to open it up to other areas.
The pictures were taken on 30th November 2018.
Let me use this opportunity to call on government to as a matter of urgency take immediate steps to address this problem which for me is a big embarrassment to the Vice President.
The innocent pupils of DIANA PRESBYTERIAN SCHOOL and the good people of this community deserve better from government.
Ghanaians deserve better not a mess.
God bless Ghana.
Citizen not a spectator