Children di place blocks on each oda to form a table, sit on the floor, and place books on di blocks to write on.
You look like you have a classroom for the community primary school, in an area with oil and gas in southern Nigeria.
A classroom with the pikins from the primary school, a.k.a. the pupils, learn until today despite difficult conditions,
For the 21st year of the 21st century, some schools are still lacking desks, chairs and learning space for Nigeria.
One of those schools is the community primary school, Amaku Igbodo for Etche Rivers State, reports Nigeria Info FM Port Harcourt.
Dis dey happun two years after the state government of di Rivers declared free primary and secondary education.
Shattered pieces of four-inch blocks that we use for standing in buildings that students turn into desks and chairs, according to di tori.
Nigeria Info 92.3 FM reporter during his visit to the school said that children are also learning under very difficult conditions.
Dis na due to a roof leak and the absence of windows and doors, according to the report.
Residents of the Di area express their sadness over the failure of the River State government and the Universal Basic Education Council to renovate the dis school.
Di’s school needs a good standard structure for learning classrooms, as well as desks and chairs for Di’s students.
Dem also said that Dem does not write written letters to the state government went unanswered.
BBC Pidgin, however, discovered that the chairman of the local government of Etche had built a block of class anodes in the community of Igbodo.