The Old Isoka Boys Secondary School Association -OIBSSA- has so far spent about 8-hundred thousand kwacha on rehabilitating the school and improving welfare of the pupils.
Association Chairperson Kingsley Chanda says OIBSSA through funds mobilized from members has rehabilitated the school dormitories which include painting and bought four electric cooking pots to replace the use of fire wood.
Mr. Chanda says the association has further bought Laptops for computer lessons, 8-hundred and 20 mattresses and 8-hundred and 50 pillows to improve the sleeping conditions for pupils.
He says the association which was registered two months ago despite having been formed nine months before has set out a developmental plan for the school in consultation with its administration and Parent Teachers Association.
Mr. Chanda who is Zambia Revenue Authority Commissioner General told ZNBC news that the former pupils of Isoka Boys are keen on helping their old school which has contributed to them being who they are today.
He has since called on people to go back to their roots which include villages, communities and schools to help address the challenges being faced.
The association today had an elective meeting in Lusaka to usher in a team.
And OIBSSA Vice Chairperson Bellington Kabwe said rehabilitating the school is key as it has been in a deplorable shape as it was built in the 1960s.