There was a drama at the Ampenkro/Asratoa D/A Primary School in the Jaman South Municipal of the Bono region on Monday as the first vice chairman of the Jaman South NPP, Henry Yaw Afful (Henforo) stormed the school premises and locked up the entire block thereby preventing the students and the teachers access to the classrooms to effect school activities.
The 6 unit classroom project which falls under the one million dallers per constituency according to source was awarded to Mr Henforo’s firm of which he has not been settled by his own party’s government led by Nana Akuffo Addo, hence the decision to lock up the building in demanding for his money.
Reacting to the decision which has been condemned by many in Jaman South, the headteacher of the school, Samuel Afful registered his displeasure and how school activities have been halted since Monday.
However, Henry Yaw Afful (Henforo) said he took the action over government’s refusal to pay money due him.
The Unit Committee Chairman for the area, Mr Nketiah Ernest in an interview with Akroma Deefour recounted how Henry Yaw Afful who had today closed down the school fool the entire community to partake in the building of the project only to realized that it is central government’s project.
He therefore called on the NPP government and the GES to take immediate action since their children have been stranded over the close down of the school