So amazing to see to classroom been converted to a poultry farm in Borno State. According to the information gathered, this was done due to the long lockdown of the states in Nigeria and shut down of all schools in Nigeria.
All activities in Nigeria has been shut down due to the COVID-18 pandemic.
The Photos was shared online by a man identified to be Olusegun Iselaiye, show large numbers of chickens and poultry feeding.
It was noted that all the Chairs and desks in the classroom were packed one side to create enough space for the poultry making.
Few people said is a bad act while most people acknowledge that it is a fantastic and incredible act.
Borno, also known as Borno State, is a state in north-eastern Nigeria. Its capital and largest city is Maiduguri.
The state was formed in 1976 from the split of the North-Eastern State. Until 1991 it contained what is now Yobe State. The motto or slogan of the state is "Home of Peace".
Borno is the homeland of the Kanuri people in Nigeria and several other ethnic groups
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