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Saturday, August 27, 2016

Late Bola Ige's 1981 Letter Trends On Twitter

Free Education in Nigeria is a thing of the past......Hmmm,the good old days that will never come again?...Maybe!









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  1. Interesting.. Way before I was born.. It's 2016 now and things are so???????
    If only we have 10 Bola Iges* now.. I still believe in my Fatherland. God bless Nigeria. Amen

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    1. Sharrap there. Are you not a human being? Is Bola Ige a saint? Why can't you do something meaningful instead of lying fallow on social media waiting to be first to comment rubbish.
      Go and raise him up from the dead na or better exchange your life with his. Mtchewwww.

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    2. Cupid, what are saying? Is this not what lagos state government has been doing since ages?

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    1. This almost brought tears to my eyes. When men were leaders. 😢

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  3. Story story! How did he later end up? I know this is the handwork of the APC to divert attention of nigerains from the current economic situation

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    1. That Handle belongs to his grandson. He made the letter public.

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    2. How dense can a human be? Your place is among swine's. Work of APC to do what with it? Divert from the current hardship with a letter of when things were good? You are a block head.

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    3. James, you're a complete waste!

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  4. When men in power still cared. God help Nigeria!

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  5. No free education in the rural villages let alone the city...

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  6. No more free education in the rural villages let alone the city...

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  7. a.k.a EDWIN CHINEDU AZUBUKO said...
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    Cant read anything....
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    ***CURRENTLY IN JUPITER***

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  8. Ooh.. I remembered Young pioneers movement, though I was a little boy then . Wish way Nigeria ?

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  9. Many students enjoyed the Free Education era and all the Urban Day Schools that sprung up back then. If only Nigeria could implement that same concept again...

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  10. This is how responsible our government used to be then. They actually own the masses and the youth a duty of responsibility. Now, it is only how to enmass wealth they do now. May God help us all
    Good bless Nigeria.

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  11. Those who enjoyed free education then are part of those making life miserable now for students!

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