Kindergarten children at Adumasa in the Ashanti Region have been left with no place to school following the demolition of their school.
After rainstorm ripped off the roof of their old school, a temporary structure was built to house the Kindergarten of the Adumasa R/C Primary School.
The School returned from mid-term holiday only to see the building has been demolished
Parents have voiced out their frustration to the media as they worry this will make their wards lag behind in their academic work.
“About a week ago, some men started demolishing the structure, they claim it was the directive of the chief. I was very troubled when I heard this because the kids will have no place to study,” a parent complained.
Nana Gyekye Amponsah, the head of the Bretuo Clan who led the demolition said he was instructed by the chief of the town.
“The community contributed to build a place for the kids when their numbers increased. Recently, the chief informed me that the roof has been ripped off and he has informed the district assembly who has given him the nod to demolish the structure because of developed cracks.
“So the chiefs paid the carpenters, I only took care of the materials,” – The head of Bretuo clan said
The Chief has however denied giving instruction for the school to be demolished but he admitted he has plans for the land.