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Students Lie-Down To Receive Lessons In A Ghanaian School (snapshot) by Onyejemechimere(m): 12:43pm On Feb 26, 2016
According to many Ghanian tweeters who have been creating awareness for the situation, these are pupils of Kperisi M.A. Primary School, Upper West Regional capital, Ghana. And they get taught like
this everyday. Ghanians are now calling for change…. but APC is warning them against d continued use of d mantra…..

http://otownloaded.com/see-how-students-receive-lessons-at-this-school/

Re: Students Lie-Down To Receive Lessons In A Ghanaian School (snapshot) by Onyejemechimere(m): 12:43pm On Feb 26, 2016
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Re: Students Lie-Down To Receive Lessons In A Ghanaian School (snapshot) by rule4ever(f): 12:46pm On Feb 26, 2016
How will these students concentrate and what kind of learning environment is this?

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Re: Students Lie-Down To Receive Lessons In A Ghanaian School (snapshot) by SolexxBarry(m): 12:47pm On Feb 26, 2016
We have schools in Nigeria dat are worse than this

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Re: Students Lie-Down To Receive Lessons In A Ghanaian School (snapshot) by McCarlito(m): 12:51pm On Feb 26, 2016
If they want the Change They Can Come And Collect It
Change wey dey bend Nigerians mouth na im these Ghanaians dey clamor for....
Dem for ask Nigerians how market....

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Re: Students Lie-Down To Receive Lessons In A Ghanaian School (snapshot) by Tpave(m): 12:51pm On Feb 26, 2016
Tell me something

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Re: Students Lie-Down To Receive Lessons In A Ghanaian School (snapshot) by DesChyko(m): 12:53pm On Feb 26, 2016
If they have good teachers, then this is preferrable to having seats with poor teachers.

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Re: Students Lie-Down To Receive Lessons In A Ghanaian School (snapshot) by Nobody: 1:00pm On Feb 26, 2016
**In Don Jazzy's voice, egbon Ghana, if you need change come and collect it....

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Re: Students Lie-Down To Receive Lessons In A Ghanaian School (snapshot) by tobisco29(m): 1:38pm On Feb 26, 2016
2bad for learning
Re: Students Lie-Down To Receive Lessons In A Ghanaian School (snapshot) by Wadesings: 3:40pm On Feb 26, 2016
Bad governance
Re: Students Lie-Down To Receive Lessons In A Ghanaian School (snapshot) by cremedelacreme: 3:40pm On Feb 26, 2016
Nooooooo, this is not Ghana. I thought they say Ghanaian education standard is the 2nd in the world after UK and US? grin grin grin
Africa is fu*cked I swear. grin grin grin

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Re: Students Lie-Down To Receive Lessons In A Ghanaian School (snapshot) by CACAWA(m): 3:41pm On Feb 26, 2016
It's normal na.

Since the lawmakers get paid "sleeping" allowance, these kids are learning how to sleep on duty.

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Re: Students Lie-Down To Receive Lessons In A Ghanaian School (snapshot) by bolt000(m): 3:42pm On Feb 26, 2016
Wow!
Re: Students Lie-Down To Receive Lessons In A Ghanaian School (snapshot) by NaijaFutbol: 3:42pm On Feb 26, 2016
Abeg, come take Our change,



abeg

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Re: Students Lie-Down To Receive Lessons In A Ghanaian School (snapshot) by Ramanto(m): 3:42pm On Feb 26, 2016
like ghana like nigeria lol
Re: Students Lie-Down To Receive Lessons In A Ghanaian School (snapshot) by MoreWahala: 3:42pm On Feb 26, 2016
SolexxBarry:
We have schools in Nigeria dat are worse than this
In your Village I guess

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Re: Students Lie-Down To Receive Lessons In A Ghanaian School (snapshot) by nikkiking(m): 3:42pm On Feb 26, 2016
This ain't funny @ll
Re: Students Lie-Down To Receive Lessons In A Ghanaian School (snapshot) by Nobody: 3:42pm On Feb 26, 2016
Mtechwww see fine classroom sef, come 9ja nah some schools u go even climb tree sef
Re: Students Lie-Down To Receive Lessons In A Ghanaian School (snapshot) by debson(m): 3:43pm On Feb 26, 2016
shocked Africa my motherland
Re: Students Lie-Down To Receive Lessons In A Ghanaian School (snapshot) by Nobody: 3:43pm On Feb 26, 2016
CACAWA:
it's normal na
No, it's not normal. The state of the nation is not developing at all. Something must be done.
Re: Students Lie-Down To Receive Lessons In A Ghanaian School (snapshot) by ChinonsoDike2: 3:44pm On Feb 26, 2016
Africa. Schools in the most remote parts of the USA and Europe have wayyyy better facilities than this. And some delusional people think Africa will catch up with the west? Hilarious.

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Re: Students Lie-Down To Receive Lessons In A Ghanaian School (snapshot) by hrworld: 3:44pm On Feb 26, 2016
Naija dey try well well.
Re: Students Lie-Down To Receive Lessons In A Ghanaian School (snapshot) by coded01: 3:44pm On Feb 26, 2016
So Nigeria has a rival... grin

Unfortunately this is sad... angry

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Re: Students Lie-Down To Receive Lessons In A Ghanaian School (snapshot) by udemzyudex(m): 3:45pm On Feb 26, 2016
Africa still have a long way to go......
Re: Students Lie-Down To Receive Lessons In A Ghanaian School (snapshot) by lexyclasy: 3:46pm On Feb 26, 2016
SolexxBarry:
We have schools in Nigeria dat are worse than this
What is the problem with people like you....is it a must you must comment....is it Nigeria that was in the context.....grow up

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Re: Students Lie-Down To Receive Lessons In A Ghanaian School (snapshot) by Marriott1980(m): 3:47pm On Feb 26, 2016
[quote author=ChinonsoDike2 post=43275217]Africa. Schools in the most remote parts of the USA and Europe have wayyyy better facilities than this. And some delusional people think Africa will catch up with the west? Hilarious.[/qu

Africa still has a long way to go honestly.

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Re: Students Lie-Down To Receive Lessons In A Ghanaian School (snapshot) by Truckpusher(m): 3:47pm On Feb 26, 2016
Where is that useless OXYGEN01 ? grin

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Re: Students Lie-Down To Receive Lessons In A Ghanaian School (snapshot) by White007(m): 3:48pm On Feb 26, 2016
When will African politicians ever get it right? Looks to me like we are just stagnant and still left in the 60's, while the rest of the world is advancing in all sphere, from industrialization to modern technology.

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Re: Students Lie-Down To Receive Lessons In A Ghanaian School (snapshot) by iamdynamite(m): 3:48pm On Feb 26, 2016
i thought things like this only happen in nigeria,wow,but really this is bad for learning and bad governance.wonder what the local government officials are looking out.

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