Nigerian Private Secondary School Prints Names Of Students Owing 5k In The School Magazine

at 04:58 PM, 22/07/2018 (3 weeks ago)
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Parents and graduating students of an Ondo State based Private secondary school were reportedly left in shock after the school allegedly printed names of students owing a meagre N5,000 in the school magazine

An Ondo State secondary school has come under fire from social media users after they turned a day of joy for parents who paid a whopping N104,000 per term, for the education of their children for six whole years, to a day of sorrow, humiliation and pain, over a debt of N5,000


It was gathered from the aggrieved Twitter user who shared the story, Bhadmus Hakeem @Bhadoosky that the names of final year students who didn’t contribute towards the purchase of a 32 inch television set in the school’s send-forth magazine were printed, and labelled as debtors.

In his words;

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Yesterday (20/7/2018), a school in Arigidi Akoko, Ondo state, decided to throw over 24 parents and their children into sorrow on a day they should be the most joyous because they didn’t pay N,5000 to buy the school “32 inches TV”.


In defence of the school, Austin Duyi the School Coordinator said

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“Hundred per cent of the information” posted by Hakeem is “incorrect.” SSS three students were the ones that organised the project to help their school and leave a legacy. The person, who posted the malicious information about the school, we don’t know.”


When asked if the students were the ones to put the names of indebted students in the magazine, Duyi said,

“In every school magazine, there is a page given to the student to allow themselves to express themselves. They are the ones who wrote everything and said it should be printed. It is, therefore, a surprise to us that someone would pick up only that column of the magazine, which is between 60-70 pages. The person didn’t see the good aspects of the school, only the negative. We are shocked.

Afriqueenn at 10:20 PM, 22/07/2018 (3 weeks ago)
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WTF... 104,000 Naira for such horrible English? The Queen of England almost had migraine reading it.
"... impact embedded in us... students presents..."
Even a public school student is better in sentence structuring and correct use of verb endings.
Let those parents sue the school and collect "change" for the poor educational "impact embedded" in their kids
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slimber at 11:36 PM, 22/07/2018 (3 weeks ago)
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Hmmmm nah waaa
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