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10-Nov-2016  
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In another damning revelation, it has come to light that the supposed site for the Sabare Community Senior High School, listed as number 81 on the list of 123 Schools the John Mahama government is constructing, is merely a fertile cattle grazing ground – with absolutely no work ongoing.

This revelation was put out by Dr. Mahamudu Bawumia in a facebook post with pictures of the supposed project site in Sabare in the Zabzugu Constituency of the Northern Region.

In the facebook post, Dr. Bawumia likened the Sabare School Fiasco to the case of the five (5) polyclinics the NDC claimed in their manifesto to have constructed  in the Western Region but which upon various checks, are nowhere to be found.

The post reads “In the matter of 'vanishing polyclinics', another project which seems to have vanished is the Sabare Community Senior High School in the Zabzugu Constituency of the Northern Region. This project was listed as Number 81 on the list of 123 Senior High Schools supposedly being constructed by the government and at 'different stages of completion'.”

Dr. Bawumia explained that following the release of the list on September 29th by the John Mahama government, he visited the supposed site of the School and presented pictorial evidence of what he saw.

Following the release of the list on 29th September, I visited the supposed Project Site on 22nd October while on my tour of the Zabzugu Constituency with Member of Parliament for the Constituency, John Bennam.
 
 
 
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