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Future Of Education In Nigeria by megafem1: 8:17pm On Aug 16, 2017
BY:Suleiman Ibrahim Temitope.
It will be so sad if Nigerians still
believe that youths are the leaders of
tomorrow. It's quite unfortunate that
ASUU has declared indefinite strike,
though it is not new again as strike
has become a normal festival which
must take place in state or federal
The last ASUU nationwide strike last
half of a year, now government has
not yet meet up with there
requirements since 2009. Yet, we are
still the leaders of tomorrow and in
the same country, someone will loot
billions of naira and go scot free, it
was a very sad morning while I was
listening to FM radio news that a man
was jail for stealing a bread worth
Nigeria education sector has been
battered by selfish government
officials and leaders, and that has
made lecturers contribute the most of
all. The colonial masters have
forgotten to colonise Nigerians with
good character and doings, imagine a
lecturer said he will spend five hours
lecturing, when it was three hours,
students began to complain, he
responded saying: "if you are tired,
you should leave the class. This is how
I was brought up". What a bad
manner. Also, some lecturers have
been using only a lecture note since
20 years ago, what is now the
upgrade in the educational system?
When students complain to a lecturer
that they didn't understand the
course he takes them, the lecturer
instructed them to assume. Assume
what you don't know? Very bad
The worst of it is that we only do
10-20percent of our practicals, why?
Most of the practicals require power,
if no power to do practicals then how
do we get power to read for
examinations. It's unfortunate that
most of the equipment in the lab are
faulty, but where is the power to
operate the working ones?
Now in Nigeria, state government
now interfere in student union
government SUG. Ekiti state university
conduct a very peaceful free and fair
election early August but surprisingly
the results of the election is
inconclusive because government,
school authority and students have
different candidates. In short
everything in EKSU is inconclusive.
Kogi state university called off 6
month strike not up to a month,
despite the fact the academy activities
have not yet been stabilised, ASUU
declared indefinite strike. Are they to
go back home again? In the country
where students are leaders of
Let alone LAUTECH strike. Are we still
confused that students are the
leaders of tomorrow.
If Nigeria education sector could
remain this way, then it is better to
cancel the sector, because presently it
seems Nigerian students go to school
and make friends, go to night club, go
to class if he could and then read and
pass examination because no one
expects you to understand.
A medicine best student was
awarded with #10,000 cheque, what
is really encouraging? How many
senators, governors can allow their
child to school in EKSU, KSU or
LAUTECH? Well, we should all try to
add value to ourselves, don't wait for
those that tell you that you are the
leader of tomorrow, they are the
beast that will put their child in the
same position where they cajole you
that is meant for you during election.
*SULEIMAN IBRAHIM TEMITOPE www.treatpworld.com.ng/2017/08/future-of-education-in-nigeria.html?m=1
Re: Future Of Education In Nigeria by megafem1: 8:22pm On Aug 16, 2017
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