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Reactions as Classroom Converted to Poultry Farm in Borno State amid School Shutdown

As Federal Government failed to order the resumption of schools across the country, a classroom in one of the government schools in Borno state has been converted into a poultry farm.

It was around March ending that the Federal government through the federal ministry of education disseminated a circular across the federation that all schools should closed down due to the fast spreading of the dreaded coronavirus disease.

In compliance with the FG order of closure of all schools until the end of the dreaded coronavirus pandemic, one of the school in Borno state has been converted into domestic fowls and poultry feeding site.

In what appears to be strange, photos of the class rooms was shared online showing numerous domestic fowls and poultry feeding on what used to be the floor of a classroom.

Chairs and desks were piled on top of each other on one side of the room to create space for the poultry farm.

The information was confirmed in a post by a Twitter user Olusegun Iselaiye yesterday, where he said "School turned to Poultry farm in Borno." see post below;

In confirmation of the report, a Facebook user who is identified as Daniel Adebayo also posted same photos with the caption "school turned to Poultry farm in Borno".

Reacting to the news, many Nigerians have shared their views on the matter and have called for concern.

In a related News, Nigerian Students have threatened to embark on Nationwide protest if the Federal Government failed to announce school resumption date within 14 days starting from yesterday.

Now what is your thoughts on this matter? Who is to be blamed? The federal government or the poultry farmer.

Please share your views in the comments section below;

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