COVID-19: School Owner Allegedly Converts Classroom Into Poultry Farm In Borno State
By Oshomatic | self meida writer
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The picture of unidentified private school owner has been trending on Social Media handles, as the person allegedly converted the Classroom premises into a Poultry Farming business in Borno State, according to report.
According to report gathered through Instagram handle, the school owner has converted students classroom into poultry farm, as a result of the school closure to the coronavirus pandemic, by the Federal Government of Nigeria.
Recalled that, the Chairman of the Presidential Taskforce PTF on Covid-19, and Secretary to the Government of the FederationSGF, Mr Boss Mustapha, has said, COVID-19 pandemic would not go away by a wish, neither would it go away, if people refuse to keep safe.
The post of the school owners has created a lot of argumentation on Social Media, where one of the user said, the idea of the school owner is a brilliant innovation. Adding that, President Buhari is making the youth think more for themselves, as he remained peoples President, peoples choice and last hope.
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