BY GABRIEL ENOGHOLASE
THE management of Greater Tomorrow Group of Schools, Benin-City, Edo State, has disclosed that it has spent over N30 million on the rehabilitation of infrastructure under its phase one programme.
Conducting journalists and parents around the renovated projects, the Administrator of the school, Mr. Patrick Ikponmwen said under the phase one rehabilitation programme, louvers, windows and doors have been replaced with aluminium casements so as to meet modern demands and expectations of the parents.
“The phase one rehabilitation programme also covers the hostels, the science blocks, the administrative building, laying of tiles in the classrooms and upgrading of staff offices as our focus is to ensure conducive learning environment for both teachers and students.”
While disclosing that the school has been excelling in its external examinations, Ikponmwen insisted that the school is known for the provision of basic infrastructure for effective learning and creating competitive edge all round in academic performances.
The second phase of the rehabilitation exercise will involve the renovation of the kitchen and upgrading of the dinning hall to serve the students, while the final phase will be the interlocking of all the pathways in the school.