In this area of the world, young children, mostly girls, are not given chance to get school education. There are traditions in the area that stipulate that boys perform better than girls in school, and that when girl gets married, she leaves a gap in her parents' family but will go to work for the family of her husband. This makes many parents not send girls to school bearing in mind that they cannot spend on someone who will leave them soon. Moreover, other parents pretend they are so poor that they cannot afford school fees, yet they spend their time and money seeping on alcohol in the village. This issue is being addressed at local level, though it is appalling. Both parents and children need to be educated on the role of educating children. I think there is need for educating children, for such education is a long term and sustainable investment that will certainly benefit the individual, their community and the nation.