The Paramount Chief of the Sherigu Traditional Area, Naba Aluman Apasinaba II, made a passionate plea for the government to prioritize the improvement of Sherigu Community Day Senior High School by adding additional classroom blocks.
Naba Aluman Apasinaba II has indicated that the school currently grapples with inadequate infrastructure that affects teaching and learning experiences for both educators and students.
The appeal was made during the annual “Naba Yesika festival” celebration, where the paramount chief addressed dignitaries and the community.
Naba Aluman Apasinaba II stated, “Our commitment to education is unwavering, but the current state of Sherigu Community Day Senior High School demands urgent attention. We need additional classroom blocks to accommodate the growing number of students and to provide a conducive environment for effective teaching and learning.”
The Chief of Dorongo, Naba Akazire Afayure, spoke on behalf of the Paramount Chief. However, he said that the call for additional classroom blocks reflected the community’s commitment to fostering quality education for its youth.
The “Naba Yesika festival” celebration provided a platform for the paramount chief to amplify the community’s concerns and aspirations.
The representative of the Municipal Chief Executive, however, assured that the Assembly would give much effort to addressing the challenges. Plans were already far advanced to complete the already-started classroom blocks in the school.
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