The Adamawa State Government has commenced the renovation and reconstruction of secondary school buildings in the state destroyed by the dreaded Boko Haram terrorists.
The Deputy Governor, Mr Martins Babale, accompanied by other government officials in an inspection visit, went round the state to access the extent of damages and also inspect the renovation carried out at one of the schools.
The Principal of GSS Gombi, Mr Idris Samari lamented the poor application by students to the school.
He disclosed before insurgents’ attacks, the school had over 1000 students but now records less than 400 as many have left because of the attacks.
“We pray the visit of the Government officials will fast up their plans to renovate the school.
“As you can see the school is in bad shape,” Idris said.
Mr Babale also inspected GSS Muchalla, where the state government is renovating blocks of classrooms by the state government and a block of two classrooms under construction by the Parents Teachers Association (PTA).
The Principal, James Garga (JP) praised the Bindow Jibrilla led-government for fast tracking the reconstruction of the school.
“We really thank this Government, this in deed government for the people and is passionate to work for the people,” he said.