Wonders shall never end, Look at what people used this Classroom to do in Borno State. (Photos)
By Albertnuel | self meida writer
Published 8 months ago - 2 views
Classroom block in Borno State has been converted into a Poultry farm as schools has been closed due to ravaging Corona Virus in the state.
It is not known who owns the poultry but a quick view inside the classroom sees students tables and chairs packed to may way for the birds to feed and explore
The viral photo of the poultry farm has sparked a debate as most tweets believe it not acceptable to use a classroom as a farm. because some of this children don't know any safety precautions. And many of this schools will not be furmigated and this will cause the further spreed of the virus.
Take a look at the photos
This has brought concern to the students, and Parents in general. They hope the government of Borno State will address this issue.
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