Schools in the Akim Oda District have recorded a high turnout of students on the first day of re-opening after the long break.

visit to some schools at Oda by the Ghana News Agency (GNA) showed that many students had reported to school and were engaged in clean-up exercises in preparation for the new academic term, beginning on Monday.

At Oda Presbyterian Primary and Junior High School (JHS) and Aboabo L/A Primary and JHS, some students in uniforms and muftis were weeding, sweeping and cleaning the school compound and surroundings.

On adherence to the COVID-19 protocols, the students who were enthused about the re-opening of schools, assured that they would comply with the safety protocols to prevent a widespread outbreak.

The students also thanked President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo for introducing the online and radio learning programmes during the long stay at home.

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