In the vast and picturesque landscapes of the Central Gonja district lie three forgotten communities Dabope, Seidupe, Congo and Nyanting. These humble settlements, nestled amidst the enchanting beauty of nature, have long been deprived of a fundamental right that defines the path to a brighter future (education). The abandoned classroom blocks that stand as a stark reminder of their neglected dreams have been haunting the hearts of these rural folk since 2016. The interesting fact is that, these schools have not been captured into the GES schools list. It is also sad to mention that these schools have been built that long and are yet to be recognized by GES. The time has come to shed light on their plea and rekindle hope in the power of education.

Education is the cornerstone of progress, a beacon of hope that illuminates the darkest corners of society. It has the transformative ability to empower individuals, uplift communities, and break the chains of poverty and ignorance. Yet, in the forgotten corners of the Central Gonja district, this transformative power remains nothing more than a distant dream.

For seven long years, in Dabope, Seidupe, Congo and Nyanting classes stood like empty shells, without laughter or the joy of learning. These structures were built with the promise of a bright future, with the belief that education paves the way for a prosperous community. However, since its construction, no educational activity has taken place within the walls. The lack of teachers, the light of knowledge, has left these communities in the shadows, struggling to find a way out.

Imagine how heartbreaking the parents of Dabope, Seidupe, Congo and Nyanting are to see their children growing up full of potential without opportunities to learn and develop. Imagine the frustration of young people whose dreams are being shut down because they can not get quality education. Their collective appeal echoes through the valleys and hills, demanding attention and yearning for change.

Access to education is not a privilege; it is a fundamental right. It is the responsibility of society, the government, and all stakeholders to ensure that every child, regardless of their geographical location, has equal opportunities to learn and thrive. By neglecting these communities, we are perpetuating a cycle of despair and limiting the potential of generations to come.

The benefits of education are far-reaching and profound. It empowers individuals with knowledge, critical thinking skills, and the ability to shape their own destinies. It opens doors to opportunities, enabling individuals to contribute meaningfully to their communities and the nation at large. By investing in education, we invest in the future prosperity of our society.

It is time to act. The neglected communities of Dabope, Seidupe, Congo and Nyanting are asking for help and desperate for change. It is up to government, education authorities, and the people concerned to work together to ensure that the promises made in the form of blocs are kept. The time has come to provide the necessary resources and appoint dedicated and passionate teachers to bring light and knowledge to these forgotten places. The time have come for this schools to be captured and registered by government and teachers posted to this schools.

 Remember that education is not a privilege reserved for the lucky few. It is a right given to all children. The rural people Dabope, Seidupe, Congo and Nyanting have waited a long time to hear their voices. It is our duty to stand up for their rights and restore hope to their hearts.

Together, we can make a difference. Let us be the change that these communities desperately need. Let us breathe life into the abandoned structures, filling them with the sounds of laughter, curiosity, and the pursuit of knowledge. By doing so, we will not only transform the lives of these forgotten souls but also nurture a generation that will shape a brighter future for all.

The plea of the rural folk is a plea for justice, for equality, and for a better tomorrow. Let us answer their call and pave the way for a society where every child, regardless of their background, has an equal chance to learn, grow, and succeed. The time for action is now.