The Proprietor of St. Joseph?s Ultimate Preparatory School Mr Joseph Tetteh during an exclusive interview with The Moment called for the rehabilitation of roads, since most of the roads in Nankese community have been left in deplorable state for a very long time.

The situation he said leaves farmers and even school children to walk miles away from their homes and communities.

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He said the road leading to his school is nothing good to write home about appealing to the authorities especially the MCE of Suhum to come to their aid and assist in rehabilitating the bad roads in the area to ease access of walking miles before getting to one?s destination.

Mr Joseph Tetteh noted that St. Joseph?s Ultimate Preparatory school was established on the 3th of September 2002 in a rented apartment with eleven children. Currently the school has about five hundred students and twenty five teaching staffs and five non teaching staffs.

He added that he got the aim of opening a school at the above year of the establishment when there was no school around compelling children to walk miles before getting access to a school.

He then decided to establish a school in the Nankese community to ease so much stress on children, indicating that the academic performance of the students is extremely wonderful comparing last two year?s BECE examination results to last years, the lowest aggregate was seventeen and the highest was seven with five people getting grade seven.

He touched on some challenges confronting the school as inadequate payment of school fees, electricity and water. He appealed to the government through the MCE since the electricity problem affects half of the community as well as the water problem, to come to their aid.

He urged the government to assist students with teaching and learning materials both in the public and the private sectors since both contribute their quota in the upbringing of children for a better and brighter future.

He advice parents to take the education of their wards seriously, and invest in them for them to become good ambassadors in the society and to the nation as a whole.

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