Gomoa Panfokrom (C/R) Sept. 9 GNA- The Vice-Chairman of the Parent Teacher Association (PTA), of the Gomoa Panfokrom Women's Training Institute, Reverend Prince Kwame Katu has appealed to land developers who were encroaching on the School lands to desist from the practice.
He said the land developers were removing the land demarcations to pave way for their projects.
Rev. Katu who made the appeal in an interview with the Ghana News Agency, at Gomoa Panfokrom, said the school authorities, acquired vast lands to ensure the expansion of facilities in the future. He called on the Government to solve the accommodation, transport and staff-related problems facing the Institute to facilitate teaching and learning.