Kaduna residents at sea over fallen standards of fallen Education.
Written by News Room on December 10, 2021
The inhuman circumstances surrounding the death of two teenage students; 12-year-old Sylvester Oromoni and 14-year-old Karen-Happuch Aondodoo Akpagher and others have raised questions on the state of education, morality, parental priorities, among others in Nigeria.
Callers on Invicta’s flagship Programme, perspectives, expressed their opinions as regards the degrading systems of schools and societal values in the country.
Some of the callers accused some schools of giving priority to money rather than the pupils and students.
Others suggested possible solutions for the good of the students, parents and the schools.
It could be recalled that 13-year-old students of the Federal Government College, Kwali in Kuje Area Council, FCT, Yahaya Aliyu died after being flogged by a teacher just as Sylvester Oromoni and Karen-Happuch Aondodoo Akpagher died in similar environments.
Hannah Omokafe Dennis