Infrastructural and Instructional Materials on ground were found to be grossly inadequate for effective implementation of UBE in Kura LGA. The basic necessities to make teaching and learning in Nigerian schools worthwhile were in short supply or dilapidated. Quality and quantity of teaching and learning materials like textbooks for teachers and pupils and also, reference books were lacking in most schools. Textbooks in the four core subjects which were to be supplied by the Federal Government are grossly inadequate, as only a few schools and mostly those in the urban centers, had access to these books. There seemed to be some connivance between SUBEB officials and publishers as some staff interviewed tended to suggest. For instance, in some schools, it was observed that publishers supplied books that were not recommended. Teachers, on the other hand, lacked instructional materials, necessary for effective lesson delivery in most of Nigeria’s UBE schools.