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Thursday, February 18, 2021

Epic Photos Of Boarding School In Niger State Where Students Were Abducted..

Check out the unbelievably disgusting state of the dormitories where the children of the poor sleep in Govt Science college Kagara..  

 

 



 














36 comments:

  1. Awusubilai!! 😱😱😱😱😱😱😱 Nigerian Rulers are wicked!! I cannot put my dogs there..What kind of wickedness is this...No fence! Nothing! And other Northern Governors will not be proactive and start building fences..How can you leave a school open like this!! Northern people continue closing your mouth..Even with Buhari and his nepotism, the North is still suffering..Tufiakwa

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    1. Niger state is very wide and big
      There's fence around the building but no security there
      I have been there before

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    2. I like it like that. Let them remain like that while turning blind eyes to things that matter.

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    3. Na wa. This building is even older than Nigeria I am certain.
      What a shame to this country. Past leaders and present.
      But were the kidnappers taking the children for rituals because I doubt any sane person will kidnap children from here for ransom.

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    4. All that place needs is just reconstruct those dilapidated builds, reroof those falling roof and fence it round and put security there o that if there's anything threat, security can alert police or military. Look at the state of a school in Babangida and Abdusalami Abubakar state of origin. Yet Babangida built a village for himself to his fifth generation. Well karma is visiting them one by one.

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    5. Meanwhile even a Councilor from that local government will be building N100 million houses for Nollywood actresses.

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    6. @ Black slimzy, please no one else can see this fence of yours.
      I viewed from all sides and didn't see a fence.

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  2. O My God,how did we get here😭😭😭

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  3. 3Amigos Bread @ 6 Okesalu St, Ikotun. 0813851632818 February 2021 at 15:50

    Goodness Gracious!! The pictures are heartrending. How wicked to house humans in such a place.

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    1. This is not school Jesus how can any loving parent allow their children sleep in such a dormitory, na by force to go boarding school.

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  5. Abegi Abegi Abegi!!
    No tell anybody say I vomit, tueh!!!

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  6. I can only imagine the kind of food given to the borders,tufia.

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  7. What a shame. Just look at a dormitory where people children sleep and you say we have a leader? Where is the school principal? Educational board? State government and our dear president? Nigeria how did we get here? Who do us this thing? Is getting close......

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  8. Please give birth to the number of children you can Carter for so that if the govt fails you,you will atleast not fail your children.sending a child to this school is the height of poverty.

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    1. I totally agree with you. Both the parent and the government failed those students because no parent agreed to have their children in that school it will be shot.

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  9. unbelievable!!! This is very bad.

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  10. Lord have mercy..

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  11. Essah the blind troll, where are you? North and the rest of our leaders have underdeveloped Nigeria. If not for our resilience as a people, Nigeria would have been extinct.

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  12. Even you as parents sending your child to this slum is kind of maltreatment.

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  13. OMG 😲 😱

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  14. Why is there even any kind of school in such a deserted area, knowing the state of insecurity?
    They know they can't protect these children, but allow these kind of remote schools to still operate instead of building more schools in secured areas.
    They prefer to pay lip service to everything, and steal the money meant for such.

    God that is charge of children will reward them accordingly.

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  15. Is this real? Maybe it is an abandoned schoolπŸ™†πŸΎ

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  16. Very disgusting πŸ˜’ and dirty environment πŸ˜’.
    Chai!!!!
    Who did Nigeria πŸ‡³πŸ‡¬ offend??
    Who do Nigeria πŸ‡³πŸ‡¬ dis πŸ€” thing😭

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  17. There kinsman that lives at the Hilltop Residence should help them and also draw the attention of the State Government to their plight.

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  18. This is Nigeria where the leaders are only concerned about how much they can steel for their generation before their tenure comes to an end, I can only imagine what those kids go through

    Niger I hail thee


    Have faith..,.hustle till you make it

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  19. Oh my God!! this is wickedness oo, Nigeria!!!! I have lost hope in that country!. To keep children in this kind of condition is completely wicked. To even think that the abductor killed one of the students while trying to escape is way more heart-rending. What are we still doing together as a country??? The north keeps dragging everyone backward!! Jeezz

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  20. Useless north that add no economic value to the country they claim they own, lord lugard and Zika it shall never be well with your spirits

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