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Education I Abandoned, Public Colleges in a Pitiful State

Education I Abandoned, Public Colleges in a Pitiful State
In Mbibodju, the director of the college had to take out a loan from a local bank in his name to buy and repair tables since the classes are in pitiful state. As for the roof of the classrooms, it was rehabilitated thanks to the diaspora of the Hambu region.
This is a clear observation and one that does not escape anyone: public institutions are abandoned. From Ngazidja to Ndzuani to Mwali. In some colleges, such as Mbibodju.
« The first reason for this drop out in enrolment is the spread of private schools here and there. Over time,public institutions are empty. Teachers sometimes target the best people and campaign with parents to transfer their children to the private sector, » notes the headmaster of Mbibodju College, Ahamada Ali Abdou.

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