Mr. Philip Seikuun, a youth activists in Negber has appealed to the Sawla-Tuna-Kalba District Assembly, benevolent organisations and philanthropists to help provide the community school with a decent classroom block to aid teaching and learning.
He said the community established the school with the sole aim of providing basic education to the children of the area, who hitherto, travelled several Kilometres to access basic education in other adjoining communities.
Mr Philip disclosed to Yagbon news that although the community managed to construct a mud structure for the pupils, it could no longer accommodate the huge enrolment numbers.
He described the situation as sorrowful, worrisome and unacceptable to have such a school in this 21st Century, where every child is supposed to access education without any hindrance.
Mr. Philip expressed their readiness to provide communal labour to any non-governmental organisation that was ready to assist them with a new classroom block.
He said the school children sat under a mud structure and a grass shade provided by the community, while they awaited the intervention of the government or philanthropic organisations or individuals, but that structure had been there for years.
Mr Phillip told Yagbon News that the bad structure of the school does not promote effective teaching and learning as academic works comes to a halt whenever there is a downpour.
Parents choose to send their wards to the farms than the school as he argued that the school structure is a death trap and hence does promote a Serene atmosphere for learning, he said.
The people of Negber are therefore appealing to the general public, benevolent organisations, individuals, the District Assembly and the Ghana Education Service to come to their aid.
However, there are still a number of schools in the Sawla-Tuna-Kalba District with similar conditions of classrooms structures; they include Yolyiri Primary school, Digzie Primary school, Miiwanyiri and Damiyiri Primary schools.