Head teacher laments dilapidated classrooms in Abaji
The Head Teacher of the Local Education Authority (LEA) Science Primary School Nuku, Abaji Area Council, Mr Emmanuel A. Onwukwe, has decried the dilapidated state of the classrooms in the community.
He made his view known, Wednesday, at the occasion of the school’s graduation and prize giving day for primary six pupils.
He identified lack of pipe borne water and lack of parameter fence among the challenges facing the school, appealing to the management of the FCT Universal Basic Education Board to intervene.
He said that he did a lot to produce promising pupils now studying at various junior secondary schools in the area.
“The pupils have also participated in different competitions and won several prizes in Abuja,” he said.
The head teacher commended the Secretary of Local Education Authority (LEA) in the area, Dr Hassan Suleiman, Parents Teachers Association of the school and the school’s management committee for their contributions to the success of the school.
Pupils of Science Primary School Nuku, Abaji, display Gbagyi culture during the school graduation, speech/prize giving day last weekend.