The Hohoe Midwifery Training School risks closure due to an eminent water crisis, Ms Narki Doku, Principal of the School has said.
Speaking at the matriculation of its third batch 83 students for the Diploma in Midwifery programme in Hohoe, she said the School's overhead metal reservoir was leaking and the school had not got the financial capacity to undertake such a huge project.
She said appeals had yielded no result with the Ghana Water Company always threatening to disconnect the water line as treated water leaked.
Ms Doku mentioned other challenges of the School as lack of general infrastructure, shortage of tutors, inadequate learning and teaching materials and accommodation for teachers and students.
Mr Victor-Hermann Condobrey, the Hohoe Municipal Chief Executive, said he would try his best to salvage the situation.
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