Sources close to The Independent say students of the school are always seen playing with the used condomsevery morning before the arrival of their teachers, a situation which seems dangerous.
The Head teacher of the school, Mr. Appiah Hanson, who confirmed the story to The Independent in an interview said the matter had been reported to the leaders of the community, as well as the authorities but there was no positive response.
“This has made the classrooms unfavourable for teaching and learning,” Mr Hanson told The Independent, adding that, some residents have also made the corridors of the school their kitchen, cooking all kinds of foods.
He continued: “I have once confronted those women who cook on the corridors to stop but the cooks ruin an insult on me.”
Abura Ahmadiyya Junior High Schools has no fence wall, thereby making it possible for residents to use the place for their immoral act conveniently. Mr. Hanson therefore appealed to the Cape Coast Metropolitan and Regional Education Directorate to help address the aforementioned challenges affecting the school.
He again called on stakeholders and benevolent organisations in the educational sector to provide infrastructure for the school.
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