The LEA Nomadic Primary School in Wasa village of the FCT presents two sharp contrasting tales. The structure is a beautiful and heart-warming one, because the buildings were recently renovated and the environment looks serene, but the school’s function with regard to qualitative education is a different story.
The teachers in the school have to tax themselves in order to buy not only teaching materials to enable them discharge their duties and responsibilities to earn their pay, but also learning materials for their pupils so they can retain them in school.
Daily Trust gathered that due to the situation, the school, which had over 500 pupils in the past, now has less than 150. This setback has affected learning activities in the school as some classes are now left empty.