30 April 2012

Sudan: Residents Ask for New Secondary School to Meet Demands

Kundebe — Residents of Kundebe, Beer Dagig and Tunjaki areas have called on West Darfur state government to open a secondary school in the area.

The citizens said that the opening of a high school at Kundebe is an urgent need for residents; due to the remoteness of Sirba, the only secondary school in the locality, that's suffering from a lack of science department and English language teaching staff.

Kundebe citizens appealed to West Darfur's minister of education to immediately respond to the demands by opening a secondary school and providing English language teaching staff.

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