Did Ondo Govt Ask 'Old Students' To Fix Public Schools?
Desolate, dispiriting and demoralizing.
Uso Grammar school is no doubt bereft of requisite qualities that can shape the academic and moral future of tomorrow's leaders.
Established in 1975, the community school is currently serving about 15 communities in Owo Local Government, with its disheartening state that is crying for urgent attention.
As one of the oldest schools in Ondo state that have produced some of the eminent Indigenes, the old students of the school and residents of the area have issued a distress call to the state government to immediately come to it's rescue.
Speaking on the horrible condition of the school, the Chairman of the old students association, Adebayo Adejuwon called for immediate intervention.
"School infrastructure is key to learning and that is why the government must come in quickly to rescue the situation here. As it stands, none of us as old students can be proud of this school.
"We have tried our best already, but we cannot go beyond our limit. The school is going into extinction and that's why we are pleading to the state government to save it's soul."
According to the school PTA chairman, Mr. Olufemi Edward, the association inherited a more terrible infrastructure than this when they were inaugurated few years ago.
"Students were virtually sitting on a bare floor while there was nothing to show that the school was truly existing until we started putting resources together to repair some of the structures."
The school principal, Oluyinka Oyebode however appealed to the old students association to intervene, saying the government has emphasised the need to depend on their old students for assistance.
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