The reopening of all academic institutions especially the various Senior High Schools across the 16 regions of Ghana by President Akufo-Addo served as a good news to all students, teachers and parents as all academic activities resumed.
However, the unexpected has happened as a recent sad news coming from GNAT clearly depicts otherwise after few months of resumption of academic activities in all the various Senior High Schools across the country.
According to the general secretary of the Ghana National Association of Teachers (GNAT), Thomas Musah Tanko, all SHS may close down by the close of next week due to lack of food supplies.
Speaking in a recent interview with TV3 Network, He emphatically stated that all SHS across the country may have to be closed down due to the lack of food and other related supplies.
“Attempts have been made and it looks like there are challenges and if there are challenges then come out to tell the people but to create the impression that all is well; we can not say all is well. The schools are on their knees, if nothing is done, we might be here and all we’ll hear is that the schools have to be closed down….because there will be nothing to take care of the children in the schools”, Thomas Musah Tanko emphatically stated.