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Fear grips Kuntenase D/A Basic School students over constant snake attacks

Students of Kuntenase D/A  Basic School in the Bosomtwe District of the Ashanti Region are in fear over constant snake attacks in the school.



The students according to report have been attacked by four snakes in the last one month causing fear and panic among teachers and students in the facility.


What has caused anxiety among parents is that, all the four snakes were seen in the classroom of basic one students who are too young to deal with such situations.


This was disclosed by the chairperson of the school’s Parents and Teachers Association (PTA), Mr Kenneth Owusu when the Chief Executive Officer for Guan Herbal and Spiritual Center, Dr Guan Bay presented teaching and learning materials worth over Ghc10, 000 to the school


The items, 40 mono desks, a projector and its screen was to improve teaching and learning in the school



Mr Kenneth Owusu thanked Dr Guan Bay for his kind gesture, adding that, the donation will go a long way to help students in the school



For his part, Dr Guan Bay said the donation was done upon a passionate request from students and parents in the school


He added that, most of the students were finding it difficult to learn due to the lack of desk in the facility.


To solve the problem, Dr Guan Bay pledged to help the school with new desk and fulfilled the promise with 40 mono desks.



He called on old students of the school and other stakeholders in the education sector to visit and support the students as government alone cannot provide the needs of the school

Source:  Ghana/otecfmghana.com

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