Students of the Anfoenga Senior High School (SHS) in the Volta Region had visited Parliament House to learn for themselves first hand workings of the House.
Member of Parliament for North Dayi, Joycelyn Tetteh facilitated the process for the students to have the experience on how the House goes about its workings.
Headmaster of the school Richard Stevens in an interview indicated that, there are students offering government as a subject and express the interest to see how the legislature works and the MP willingly facilitated their coming.
This is the second time the MP had facilitated students from her constituency to visit the legislature and learn at firsthand workings of the House.
Mr. Richard Stevens head master of Anfoenga SHS revealed in an interview that the school needs assistant with over thousand students, they had an uncompleted dining hall and did not have an ICT lab, administration block and staff common room.
Touching on discipline in the school, he indicated that it has become very difficult with only four teachers having bungalows on the compound which is not walled, making it difficult to control the movement of students particularly those who disobey the law and run to town through the bush.
Again we have only four security personnel and it is a boarding school, we have inadequate teaching staffs, “if we have twelve more bungalows’ this would help us maintain discipline in the school”, he lamented.
By: Kwaku Sakyi-Danso/ghanamps.com