Concern as Edo public school goes into extinction (Photos)

Concern as Edo public school goes into extinction (Photos)

Ogan mixed Secondary School in Orhionmwon Local Government Area of Edo State, is on a verge of going into extinction. A fact-finding mission of by Ogan mixed old Students association (OMOSA), revealed that a better portion of the Classroom blocks have been taken over by rainstorm, thereby making teaching and learning extremely difficult under the

Ogan mixed Secondary School in Orhionmwon Local Government Area of Edo State, is on a verge of going into extinction.

GOVERNOR GODWIN OBASEKI OF EDO STATE

A fact-finding mission of by Ogan mixed old Students association (OMOSA), revealed that a better portion of the Classroom blocks have been taken over by rainstorm, thereby making teaching and learning extremely difficult under the leaking roof.

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The decay in infrastructure has equally dashed the hopes of a few remaining students who hang out over fear of been beaten by reptiles from bushes around the premises.

More worrisome is that the population of Ogan settlement which use to be a solitary home for leapers, has increased, hence the need for urgent attention.

The plight of students and teachers of the School, came to limelight recently when students of the School also known as Alma mater.

During a facility tour to the School by members of the Committee in charge of the maiden edition of the reunion Ceremony billed for December 2019, Mr. Asenime Stevenson, appealed to Edo State governor, Godwin Obaseki to carryout reconstruction of the School which he claimed had produced brains who have contributed towards the development of Nigeria.

He expressed shock over the sudden turn of event, adding that the few teachers and students lack motivation to learn under such a hazardous environment.

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Asenime who was accompanied by Ambassador Bevy Efe Kpohraror, urged members of the association and philanthropic individuals and organizations to donate generously for the construction of the School in order to secure the future of the Nigerian youths.

“My heart bleed when I saw the dilapidated condition of my former school that produce some of the best brains and athletes in Edo state it hurts it’s really hurt.

“Information made available from the school reveals that the school has no teachers the entire school both the junior and secondary have less than 20 students while 6 class room have 10 chair and tables that enrollment is low”, he said.

In the meantime, Edo State governor, Godwin Obaseki, has said that 72 of the population of the State are below 30 years when he played host to the Minister of Sports and Youth, Mr. Sunday Dare at the weekend in Government House in Benin City.

Our Correspondent reports that the national leadership of the Nigeria Union of teachers (NUT) recently conferred the best Governor of Nigeria award on Governor, Godwin Obaseki in honour of his outstanding reform in public Schools in the State.

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