It is known as Beli Government Islamiyya Primary School, hazardous homes constructed with clay the place college students sit on buckling flooring within the title of education. The homes had been donated to the group for Islamic training by a late philanthropist, Inuwa Beli, however the state authorities adopted and named the faculty Beli Government Islamiyya Primary School at Rogo Local Government Area of the state.
For virtually 10 years, the college has remained in a pitiable state with the scholars going through hardship. They sit on the soiled flooring for lack of chairs and desks. They have solely three lecturers who train Islamic training with little Western training.
When the scholars get uninterested in sitting on the ground and scribbling on their notebooks, they stand to stretch, making studying a slog. Their problem is worsened by an absence of air flow into the school rooms which have tiny home windows.
The college students bemoaned their state of affairs and advised the reporter that that they had been uncared for by the federal government.
“The school runs two sessions daily from 8am to 11am while the second session holds from 12pm to 2pm,” said a teacher who spoke on the condition of anonymity because he was not authorised to speak to the press. “The morning session is for the government school students while the afternoon session is for the islamic teaching session, which is not for the government but for the community.”
As dilapidated as the first can also be the Government Secondary School Beli the place the scholars are uncovered to the hazard of studying underneath collapsing roofs and cracked partitions.
Majority of the scholars sit on damaged and soiled flooring with their white uniform usually discolored.
Teachers advised the reporter that the college has been left in ruins because the previous eight years with none types of intervention from the federal government.
The similar stage of neglect can also be prevalent at Government Girls Junior Secondary School Beli the place the scholars sit on flooring for lack of chairs and desks.
Some of the group members who spoke to the reporter lamented that their youngsters had confronted daunting odds to be educated and puzzled why the federal government had determined to neglect the communities.
They begged the federal government to come back to their support by offering chairs and desks in addition to having faculty buildings that may not collapse on their youngsters.
This report was produced in partnership with Civic Media Lab underneath its School Report, an initiative to enhance the state of public colleges in Nigeria, with help from MacArthur Foundation