A civil-tech organisation, Eduplana, has called the attention of Governor Ifeanyi Okowa to the saddening condition of government-owned Ethiope primary school in Sapele local government area of Delta state.
In an exclusive picture post on its Twitter handle seen by Legit.ng, the group lamented the worrisome state of the government Delta school where students continue to learn under a terribly unconducive atmosphere and dangerous environment.
According Eduplana, the school lacked basic education facilities, and students learn in a ''dilapidated'' building characterised by ''open roofs, broken walls and floor.''
Legit.ng observes that the school has been weakened due to the high exposure to erosion and heavy rainfall.
Grasses have taken over the ground of the school building while the roofs have turned brown and almost tattered.
Besides, rainfall has created an open pond in a section of the building, calling for prompt attention from the state government.
The group, however, charged Governor Okowa, who was re-elected in the March 23 state governorship election, to facilitate reconstruction and necessary renovation to Ethiope primary school, while maintaining the right of student to lean in a ''safe school environment.''
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Meanwhile, in what seemed to be a registration of anger over the insensitivity of government to the education sector, a resident of Abia had lamented the deplorable condition of some of the government-owned schools in the state.
Expressing her displeasure to Legit.ng on the terrible condition of government schools in Osisisoma Ngwa North constituency, the worried resident lamented that the schools had suffered a long-overdue neglect, charging the stakeholders in the state to give education its deserved priority.
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