Rep. Domah Decries ‘Deplorable Conditions’ of Bahn High School
-Wants President Weah Generosity There Too
Nimba County electoral district seven Representative Roger Domah has decried the ‘deplorable conditions’ of the Bahn High School in his district.
Speaking to this paper Thursday January 14, 2021 at his Capitol Building office, the Nimba County lawmaker reminded the Liberian leader that the condition of the school is completely a ‘death trap’ that needs urgent renovation for school going kids in that part of the country.
President George Weah Wednesday January 13, 2021 took an assessment tour in Monrovia to various government schools. During the tour, the Liberian leader expressed serious disappointment in the authorities at the Ministry of Education over the ‘deplorable conditions’ of D. Tweh High School on the Bushrod Island.
However, speaking to this paper regarding the conditions of schools across the country, Representative Domah said D. Tweh High School is 90% better than the Bahn High School in his district in Nimba County electoral district seven.
“The Bahn High School is a death trap. That school was built in 1950s, as dirt-to-dirt and was later plastered. If you go there now erosion has eaten under it. The walls are all cracked, the ceilings are falling,” he lamented.
He added “I have personally met the Minister of Education and all they have been doing is promises saying if they have the supports, they will do the assessments and see how they can help. If the President can be discouraged with D. Tweh High School in Monrovia, I want to invite him to Bahn High School Campus and he will share tears about the environment the young people are learning.”
The Unity Party lawmaker is therefore calling on the authorities of the Ministry of Education to help save the lives of the students so that the building will not collapse on them.
“It is a complete mess right now, but they are compelled to use it right now because it what they have right now,” Rep. Domah further said.