Lawoshime Basic School gets support from Coalition of Concerned Teachers

A few items to support the activities of some teachers at Lawoshime M/A Basic School in the Keta Municipality of the Volta region have been provided by the Volta and Oti branch of the Coalition of Concerned Teachers (CCT), Ghana.

Each teacher received a pair of boots and a raincoat from the donation.

The donation is intended to help the teachers in the region as a means of support, encouragement, and motivation, according to Mr. Solomon Kwame Tekyi, the Volta and Oti Regional Chairman of CCT Ghana, who led a team of officials to the town.

He bemoaned that his people were suffering since there was no good water, electricity, or roads. “Is it wrong to want to be a teacher?” he said.

Therefore, he is pleading with the government to support the teachers and praising the Keta branch of the Ghana National Association of Teachers (GNAT) for giving the school a canoe to help with the problem of students arriving late for class.

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The vice chairman of the CCT Southern Zone, Mr. Jumpah Ephraim, praised the local teachers for their dedication and exhorted them to strive harder.

Lawoshime Basic School’s assistant headteacher, Mr. Michael Keku, accepted the donations on the institution’s behalf and expressed gratitude to the givers.

He observed that the majority of students who come from adjacent villages like Mamime, Songbe, and Hagodzi daily cross the river to attend the sole school in the region.

He made a plea to the authorities, people, and charitable organizations to help them meet some of their demands.

The GNA conducted additional checks, which revealed that the school only had nine teachers from Kindergarten to Junior High School, plus one volunteer.

Mr. Isaac Englishinya and Mr. Akorli John, the regional secretaries and organizers, respectively, of CCT, also paid a visit to the school.

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