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An Epistle: to whom it may concern on education

Whoever it may concern

I am saying this with many means, because it’s actually depressing, gloomy, and miserable. Meanwhile, we may get remedies to the problems. 

As I know, you know, and they know, education is one of the key and important tools in the development of any society, including mine. Harbo Sabuwa is one of the towns in Jahun LGA of Jigawa State, where I hail from. 

Students of Harbo’s "Central Primary School" are truly suffering from lack of water and accessibility of infrastructure, which includes books, chairs, writing boards, and many more in the school. If truth be told, the students are living in deplorable conditions. Probably, this is not only happening to the above-mentioned school but also many schools in the town. Please see the attached pictures below. 

In fact, the number of students enrolled in the school exceeds two thousand (2000+), with only three permanent and pensionable teachers expected to provide them with quality education.Is it development compared to their children studying in the USA, UK, IND, CHN, etc. who grow and prosper in a suitable environment? NO! 

Actually, education in the schools is faltering and crumbling with the negligence of the government, and they have to be concerned about it seriously. If it is true that the children in the school are the same citizens as their parents, they have to survive in the most extreme cases. We know that the local government alone has the power to implement these changes and advocate for them. 

Furthermore, any philanthropist making a humanitarian contribution is free to use his or her funds and anything else useful for the relief in helping and assisting the children.
Thank you. 

July, 2018.

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