The students told the Hott FM Crime Watch team that the only wall on their campus was unsafe for them to drink, especially as they are writing the WASSCE. We cannot sit down when we hear that students at the Jenneh Public School ran out of water,” Mr. Ballad stressed. According to the Hott FM Crime Watch Program CEO, his team in the coming days will also reach out to another public school in Klay District, Bomi County. She praised the Crime Watch team for their speedy intervention. She said: “We want to say thank you to the Crime Watch team.
Source: Front Page Africa May 23, 2023 15:47 UTC