All Nigerian Leaders should be made to send their children to Public Schools

All Nigerian Leaders should be made to send their children to Public Schools

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Concerned Nigerians Network started this petition to Nigerian National Assembly and

The state of Public schools in Nigeria is terrible. In most of these schools, there are no desks. Children are forced to sit on the ground or hang on windows to learn. The condition of the classrooms are so disgusting that you wouldn't even consider rearing animals in such an environment. All around the country, the situation is the same. Most public schools in Nigeria look more like abandoned houses or farms. These children whose parents cannot afford the exorbitant cost of school fees at private schools are forced to receive their education in such dilapidated facilities. 

The teachers in most of these schools are nonchalant. They come to school whenever they want, do whatever they like and pounce on the regrettable state of such schools as justification for their unscrupulous behaviour. Thus, the quality of education that most of these children receive in public schools is nothing to write home about.

When you visit any of these schools, you will shed tears. You will cry for the future of the millions of children scattered in public schools all across Nigeria. We cannot allow this to continue. In this petition, we are making a first step. Public schools will be better when the children of presidents, governors, senators, ministers, local government chairmen and all elected public officials attend these schools. It will encourage them to become interested in the state of these schools.

 We need your signature to make this happen. We will be sponsoring a bill to the national assembly and various state assemblies. We will just not stop at signing signatures, we will use it to support the proposed bill. Let's make this happen.

 

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