By Our Correspondent
The Acting Head Master of Local Government Education Authority (LGEA) Primary School in a rural community of Kampanin Maude in Kubau Local Government Area in Kaduna State, Isa Mohammed, has revealed that the intervention of the State Government in renovation of existing and construction of new classrooms has led to enrollment of more pupils in the school, changing the tide of enrollment.
He disclosed this when reporters, led by the Nigeria Union of Journalists (NUJ), who were on tour of projects executed by the administration of Governor Nasir el-Rufai visited the school on Tuesday.
He explained that the renovations started in the school September 2017 and has since been completed.
“Before there was only one block of classrooms that was okay. Five classrooms were renovated, and five, with red bricks, constructed by the government.” He explained.
Speaking further, he said that in terms of conveniences, the school now boasts of nine toilets, with six toilets built by WASSH, while three toilets were built by government.
He said, beside the buildings, the government also provided furniture for the staff room and the classrooms, that new chairs were also brought in for teachers and pupils.
The Head Master added that a total of 984 pupils spread into Primary 1-6 and early child care development education are enrolled in the school.
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