Tuesday, November 11, 2014

GBHS Nkambe Gets Facelift

Government Bilingual High School Nkambe, which sank into the doldrums, has emerged strongly to regain its leading position in Donga Mantung Division as the citadel of standards. This is so because the new Principal of GBHS Nkambe, Ken Martin Atanga and the new PTA President Alhadj Abdou Borno have embarked on the rehabilitation of the dilapidated structures. The process which started not long ago has started yielding fruits.
A visit to GBHS Nkambe brings back to memories the old days of the Nanga Company architectural work and the foremost role of GBHS Nkambe as a mother institution in Donga Mantung Division.
As stated, renovation work at the school campus has been greeted with joy by both the parents, teachers and students. “I am happy that we now have a new basketball court”, says a form Four student whose name we got as Michael Nfor. A walk at GBHS Campus reveals that Ken Martin Atanga and Alhadj Borno are at work. The window glasses that were carted away and or destroyed have been replaced. Besides, the boys and girls dormitories have been painted within and without. Almost all the classes have received coaches of paint from within and in the weeks ahead, it is expected that the buildings shall as well be painted. “The campus looks neat with the clear-cutting of all the cypress trees at the entrance of the school”, says the day-watchman.

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