Manyin: 415 schools in S’wak considered critically dilapidated


Manyin (second left) speaking to reporters in the media room of the state legislative assembly. With him are (from left) assistant minister Dr Annuar Rapaee, permanent secretary Datuk Sudarsono Osman and education deputy director Abang Mat Ali Abang Masagus. — ZULAZHAR SEHBELEE / The Star

KUCHING: Sarawak has to address the challenge of schools that still lack basic amenities or are in a dilapidated condition over the next five years.

Education, Science and Technological Research Minister Datuk Seri Michael Manyin said there were 1,020 dilapidated schools in the state, of which 415 were considered critically dilapidated.

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