Nshagu College, Ogwashi-Uku in Delta State near Asaba, Old Students have decried the dilapidated standard of the school’s infrastructure, and appealed to the state government to come to their aid.
The Acting National Chairman of the Old Students, Mr. Austin Ikenye, who spoke to journalists on Friday in Asaba, expressed displeasure at the present eye sore of the school build by the state government over fourty years ago.
He said: “we are very sad to see Nshagu College collapsing, it is really sad, nothing to write home about, we appeal to the state government to come to our aid”.
Investigation revealed that virtually all the buildings of the school are near collapse with the fence falling off thereby posing serious threats of insecurity to the students.
Some of the teachers who spoke to our reporter on condition of anonymity disclosed that the have been facing serious predicament of a conducive learning building, adding that whenever it rains, it poses serious challenges to them.
Prince Godwin Okonjo, Chairman, Parents’ Teachers’ Association (PTA), who also spoke to our reporter disclosed that the school’s infrastructure were recently vandalized, including the uncontrollable act of the students, and appealed to the state government to come to their aid.