Food Shortage Hit Senior High Schools; Students Drink Porridge With Sugar & Bread

  • Food Scarcity hit free SHS as students drink porridge without bread and sugar.
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  • Some affected schools are Accra academy, Mfantsipim School, St Augustine’s College, Adisadel College.

Food scarcity reportedly hits Senior High Schools in Ghana.

This comes following the terrible meals provide scenario in most of the faculties which is stated to have reached its peak.

Some dad and mom have raised worries over the nice of meals served to their wards in the affected schools.

The colleges affected are Accra Academy, Cape Coast in the Central Region, Kumasi, Ashanti Region, Bolgatanga, Upper East, and Ho in the Volta Region the place college students are fed up with a repeated menu.

The faculties affected through meals scarcity in the Central Region consist of Mfantsipim School, St. Augustine’s College, Adisadel College, and Ghana National College.

The Chairman of Mfantstpim School Parents Teacher Association, Monister Kwarteng, in an SOS audio message to dad and mom described the scenario as terrible.

He said the students are given porridge without milk, sugar, and bread adding that “Dear parents, these are our boys, and as a parents association, we have less than GH¢1,000 in our coffers. What can this do?”

A student of Mfantsipim School said: “The porridge is too light and without bread and so in the morning I don’t go to the dining hall.”
Another student said: “Sometimes the quantity is small.”

The headmaster of the school Rev. Ebener Aidoo said the food situation was dire, but the school was working around the clock to address the situation.

The Headmaster of St Augustine’s, Henry Arthur-Gyan, also said the school had no option but to manage the situation.

“We know there are challenges and so we manage with what we are provided. There is not much we can do about it,” he stated.

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