President for Conference of Heads of Assisted Secondary Schools (CHASS) Alhaji Abubarkar has accused Ghana Education Service (GES) for now not making proper provisions earlier than reopening schools for the very last 12 months students.
According to him, many day students should come to school from home because of loss of lodging, ‘’ I suggest Ghana Education Service have to have labored on infrastructures or discover different alternatives before the reopening of the colleges’’.
He stated that, the facilities inside the boarding houses are not enough to accommodate both day and borders, because house masters and faculties government ought to ensure they adhere to the covid-19 protocols.
In an interview with Reynolds Agyeman on ‘Pae Mu Ka’ on Accra-based totally Kingdom FM 107.7.
Alhaji Abubarkar, said even though the authorities has sent PPEs to all the faculties, they nevertheless should make certain right care is taken to prevent any pupil from contracting the sickness.
He entreated all mother and father to do their excellent by way of protecting the students through presenting them with hand sanitizers, face masks and advising them to frequently wash their hands, this he stated will lessen the charge of the virus amongst students while they come to high school.
‘’it’s about time day college students deal with themselves, watch the vehicles you choose when coming to school, make certain you adhere to all of the protocols and keep in mind at this factor the authorities will not be responsible for any inconvenience in case a day pupil is suffering from the coronavirus’’ he explained.