The state of the St Joseph Catholic primary school in lgogo Ekiti, Ekiti State, appears to be a clear representation of the decaying education in the country.
Worse still, Ekiti state, this year budgeted the sum of N 124.72 billion as its annual budget.
And in the budget, the state governor said the sum of N53.538 billion is for the capital budget.
Mr. Kayode Fayemi, while signing the budget which was tagged “Budget of Deliverables”, described it as a plan focused on enhancing good governance and implementing a speedy economic transformation of the State.
Ekiti is not the only offender, across the states in Nigeria; there are numerous cases of collapsed education in communities with many children learning under a terrible condition.
Mr. Tunde Ago, a community resident while speaking to MAWA Foundation, said leaders in the community have since appealed to the state government to help fix the school.
Tracka that exposed the terrible nature of the school has since asked the Ekiti state government to help fix it for better education in the community.