Yet only little support seldom comes from ex-pupils of this popular state-owned primary school, which has now been split into two schools:GS Likoko Membea Group 1 and GS Likoko Membea Group 2.The school also has a nursery section.
|Dr. Besong( middle)showing work progress to Mr.Esame R. Joke|
Informed of the sorry situation, Martin Monangai,a pioneer graduate of G.S Likoko Membea,who is resident and working in the USA has decided to help his alma mater.
He has funded repair works currently being carried out in G.S Likoko Membea Group 1.
|Renovated windows,now metal ones.|
|Stolen ceiling needing replacement|
Mr. Esame said the doors and decaying wooden ceiling of the school also needs to be changed. “We need iron doors, and would like to repair and improve on the floors”
“We expect their assistance at any time. We ready to welcome them”, Mr. Esame said.
Also reacting to the Martin Monangai-sponsored renovation works, Mrs. Ngassa Frida,Head-teacher of GS Likoko Membea Group 1, said:
“I am overwhelmed with joy.I am so happy with these men.In fact we have been suffering because of vandals and thieves. They enter in to the classrooms through the windows to destroy and steal”
She too reiterated the need for the school to have iron doors and good ceiling.