UER: School closed down in Tampane after effect of COVID-19

Notre Dame educational complex in Basyonde a private school in the Tempane District of the Upper East Region has been closed down after the return from coronavirus break.
This was confirmed to by Asaana Apali the Acting Proprietor of the school when he was called upon.

According to the Proprietor, even though their school population wasn’t that huge, they were in their numbers before the COVID-19 closure of schools across the country, but unfortunately when the ban for closure of school was lifted by government, the teachers were no where to be found and with that, management of the school said, the better option was to close the school.

“Before the coronavirus, we had the first batch and they wrote and their results were good but, even though we were not having much population but we were more than hundred (100) but after the coronavirus, all the teachers left. So, when we re-opened school, some of the children also left and those who came were not even up to Ten (10). So, we were expecting that by the second week, they will come back and we see what to do but the second week, none of them were there. So, we have no other option than to close the school”.

However, Mr. Apali pointed that the school is one of the best in the Tempane constituency Chidozie Stephen

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Ngamegbulam C. S

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