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Gov. Wike Please Don't Allow Snakes Bite Our Primary School Pupils

By Solomon Okocha
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The Patriots Alliance strongly condemn the utter abandonment of Rivers State Government Institutions, especially Primary Schools.

Presently, the compounds of all Primary Schools in Rivers State are completely enveloped in the fury of overgrown weeds. The interior and exterior of some of the buildings are also in dire need of touch up.

Throughout yesterday, the media space was inundated with the news of the sorry state of our Primary Schools. Parents are complaining bitterly and expressed their dissatisfaction with the negative attitude of Rivers State Government towards the health of Primary Schools in Rivers State. One woman publicly declared that she will not take her children to school until they are kept in order. Her particular concern was the presence of snakes or other dangerous reptiles in the bushy Primary Schools.

As patriotic Rivers Citizens, we hereby call on Governor Nyesom Wike to as a matter of urgency and public good, to immediately do the needful for the total overhaul of the environment in our Primary Schools in order to keep the schools clean and safe as pupils are set to resume this coming week.

On a final note, we wish to inform Governor Nyesom Wike that we are ever ready to mobilise Rivers people to clean and sanitize the compounds of our Primary Schools, just in case there is a lacuna on his part that might impede the speedy actualisation of a decent and comfortable Learning environment for this new academic session in Rivers State.

Solomon Okocha
For: The Patriots Alliance
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