Following the different complaints from the parents of the primary and secondary schools students of Kwara state concerning the dilapidated classrooms in most of their basic schools.
The government has taken great steps in responding to them by dismantled old classes and rebuilt new classrooms to make the students learning whatever they want to learn comfortably.
This was reported by the government of Kwara state.
According to what we gathered from the report, the state reported that they have completed the comprehensive remodeling of classrooms at Baboko Junior Secondary School in Ilorin West Local Government Area in continuation of Governor His Excellency, AbdulRahman AbdulRazaq led administration's relentless effort towards providing an enabling environment for teaching and learning.
They emphasized that their administration is fixing up to 600 elementary schools out of the over 1400 decrepit basic education facilities across the state.
The photos of the newly built classrooms were uploaded to social media as evidence of their claims.
Photo credit: Facebook
Source: Kwara State Government
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