Accra, June 11, GNA - The Ghana Schools Project, a non-governmental organization, has expressed its condolences to relatives of the victims of the Goil fire disaster that occurred on June 3.
Mr Anthony Kwaku Amoah, Public Relations Officer (PRO) of the NGO, said it was sad and regrettable to have recorded such a colossal figure of persons whose lives had been terminated in that bizarre circumstance.
Mr Amoah entreated Ghanaians to hold back their tears, take heart and pray for all the departed souls for the Lord to grant them mercy.''
He appealed to the government, city authorities and relevant institutions, to take steps to forestall any future recurrence of the situation, and wished all survivors of the horrendous disaster speedy recovery and good health.
Mr Amoah advised children and students to comport themselves and observe good environmental practices that would spare them any possibility of falling victims to any disaster of the sort.
''Teachers and adults should observe kids and young people entrusted into their hands very well so that early signs of truancy and unnecessary loitering during bad weather days could be detected and discouraged. We need everybody alive to build Ghana."
The Ghana Schools Project, set up about a decade ago, is to see to the development of education and quality health care delivery across the nation.