Nigeria school turned into poultry farm in Borno
As the Federal Government makes plans to reopen educational institutions which were closed down so as to curb the spread of the Covid19 pandemic, a school in Borno state is being utilized as a poultry farm.
The Covid pandemic caused the implementation of an emergency lockdown all over countries across the world and Nigeria was not left out following the rising cases that rocked the country.
In some photos shared by a Twitter user, Olusegun Iselaiye on his page, "a school was made into a poultry farm in an area in Borno state."
Think out how you can survive in this period of covid-19 pandemic.
As Nigerian government is considering to open school, many business smart Nigerians have made their money from abandoned school buildings by raising poultry birds.
Concern Nigerians are calling on federal government to consider opening school in Nigeria as education is the bedrock of any sane society
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