Residents of Bulingin in the Buli Electoral Area of the Wa West District say the school at the community which has been ripped off by a rainstorm is yet to be re-roofed.
They said the current state of the school is affecting effective teaching and learning.
According to the residents, this is the fourth time the Junior High school in the community has been ripped and destroyed office equipment and material.
Speaking to Info Radio at the community, Mr Kyirebeh Francis Bongbare, a resident of the community said their inability to re-roof the structure has made academic activities at the school not conducive and that students have to close before their closing time during the rainy season.
Mr Jorbutey Ba-engtuo, another resident, indicated that the school’s state of destruction is beyond their ability to fix immediately.
Another resident of the community, Mr Haayir Sorekaatey, expressed fear that the structure in its current condition has posed a threat to the lives of their children.
Madam Saoyoure, also lamented the school is challenged with inadequate furniture and classrooms to ensure conducive academic activities.
She appealed to the government and benevolent organizations to come to their aid.