- A Nigerian lady has called the attention of Governor Nyesom Wike of Rivers to the pitiable condition of a community primary school in the state
- Martha Okere Nkem took to her Facebook page to share a video and photos of the school devoid of modern facilities; blocks are used in place of chairs and tables
- Nigerians on social media have reacted to this as some said the local government chairman should be held responsible
The pitiable condition of a school in Rivers state has got people talking on social media after a video and photos were shared on Facebook.
Taking to her Facebook page, a Nigerian woman identified as Martha Okere Nkem called the attention of Governor Nyesom Wike of Rivers state to the pitiable condition of Community Primary School, Amaku Igbodo in Etche local government area.
"That is a classroom where primary school pupils learn. Governor Nyesom Wike this is me calling your attention to this."
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Pupils use blocks as chairs in this primary school which is in a state of disrepair.
In some photos that were shared by Amadi Solomon, the pupils could be seen learning in a classroom devoid of modern facilities.
"Now these are the leaders of tomorrow, we have failed them. Let us build our Land and save the future generations."
Ichenwo Nemi said:
"The local government chairman should be held responsible."
Chucky King wrote:
"I am ashamed of our leaders. Even in this modern Era? What is the local government chairman doing?"
Engr Fabiyawari Isaac commented:
"Rivers State is in one Chance."
Nnamdi Anyanwu said:
"I weep for my dear local government."
Dilapidated school in Delta state
In similar news, a Nigerian man identified as Frank West called on the Delta state government to come to their rescue over a dilapidated school in the state and lack of access to a potable water supply.
Taking to his Facebook page to share photos of Akarai Etiti Community Primary School, West said the school is the only educational facility in Ndokwa East local government.
He said the government had neglected Ndokwa East despite the fact that it is one of the major oil-producing local government areas in the state.