The effect of coronavirus pandemic is forcing many people all over the world into new ideas. Every day, men and women are beginning to change the normal way of doing things. People are forced to think out of the box.
Schools are not left out, many schools scattered across the country are beginning to embrace 'online learning'. There are still others who cannot afford to organize an online class. This is because it is expensive to maintain. Most affected are teachers in private schools. This category of people finds it difficult to survive presently.
Currently, a picture of a school that is now converted into a poultry farm is trending online. This picture was shared in a Facebook group "weRANT", by a Facebook user identified as Sarah Ijeoma.
What do you think?.
• Do you think this is a welcome idea?.
• Do you think the owner of the school did the right thing?.
• If your child happens to be a student of that school, will you allow him or her to go back there?.
As they say, pictures do not lie. This picture is obviously a classroom. The owner of the school did the right thing by converting the school into a poultry farm. This goes to show that survival comes first before education.
A lot of people are so far reacting to the picture.
Here is what Nigerians are saying so far;
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