This was recently revealed by Central Governor Robert Agarobe during a tour of the school.
He said Kwikila secondary has been operating for over 20 years, and many of the structures, including dormitories and classrooms, have seen better days.
The governor noted that he could still see some classrooms which were built more than 20 years ago, still standing albeit in a worse state.
Being a former student himself, the governor was appalled at the state of the infrastructure.
Agarobe said starting next year, he will prioritise the development of schools in Central Province.
Kwikila secondary will be among the first to be attended to.
He also urged parents and guardians, as well as teachers, to be mindful of the infrastructure.
He said this is a place of learning, thus it must be taken care of.
(The old mess that caters to over 1,000 students at Kwikila)