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National Board For Technical Education Signpost With Public Grammatical Blunder by glacswhite: 4:57pm On Mar 29, 2016
Imagine This Sign Post I Saw In Abuja With Public Grammatical Blunder...pics

The state of education in Nigeria. A regulator in the
education sector that can't spell Board!!!

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Re: National Board For Technical Education Signpost With Public Grammatical Blunder by northvietnam(m): 5:00pm On Mar 29, 2016
That one still dey

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Re: National Board For Technical Education Signpost With Public Grammatical Blunder by LordIsaac(m): 5:00pm On Mar 29, 2016
Naija!
Re: National Board For Technical Education Signpost With Public Grammatical Blunder by Kaxmytex(m): 5:01pm On Mar 29, 2016
lolz.....
u gat a sharp eye, bro...

if no b u, I for no know o...

na typo error

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Re: National Board For Technical Education Signpost With Public Grammatical Blunder by seunny4lif(m): 5:02pm On Mar 29, 2016
grin grin
Imagine grin grin
Nigeria future
Re: National Board For Technical Education Signpost With Public Grammatical Blunder by Pinkieblue(f): 5:04pm On Mar 29, 2016
I wonder what they learn there..... if none of them can correct it

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Re: National Board For Technical Education Signpost With Public Grammatical Blunder by ajani1978(m): 5:04pm On Mar 29, 2016
seunny4lif:
grin grin
Imagine grin grin
Nigeria future
you above mistake?

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Re: National Board For Technical Education Signpost With Public Grammatical Blunder by seunny4lif(m): 5:07pm On Mar 29, 2016
ajani1978:
you above mistake?
Noo but I know they always check it well

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Re: National Board For Technical Education Signpost With Public Grammatical Blunder by chumada: 5:08pm On Mar 29, 2016
Nah laziness de worry them to correct am angry sad

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Re: National Board For Technical Education Signpost With Public Grammatical Blunder by hylyne(m): 5:12pm On Mar 29, 2016
The sign writer should be held responsible....

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Re: National Board For Technical Education Signpost With Public Grammatical Blunder by masterblogger(m): 5:13pm On Mar 29, 2016
Forget wetin dem write for motor enter motor.

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Re: National Board For Technical Education Signpost With Public Grammatical Blunder by Surplus90(m): 5:15pm On Mar 29, 2016
chai sad
Re: National Board For Technical Education Signpost With Public Grammatical Blunder by NobleAngell(f): 5:24pm On Mar 29, 2016
So if the person that made the sign post is an illiterate, and the person that paid and collected it is blind, how bout the staff that are working there?

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Re: National Board For Technical Education Signpost With Public Grammatical Blunder by Trendy247: 5:41pm On Mar 29, 2016
Na Lai Mohammed's brother design am

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Re: National Board For Technical Education Signpost With Public Grammatical Blunder by DaBullIT(m): 5:44pm On Mar 29, 2016
hehehehe

I should post one too , a private university an expensive one at that


It's not the Education regulator's board i think , it's the artisan

but what pisses me is they see it everyday and make no corrections

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Re: National Board For Technical Education Signpost With Public Grammatical Blunder by glacswhite: 5:51pm On Mar 29, 2016
Trendy247:
Na Lai Mohammed's brother design am

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Re: National Board For Technical Education Signpost With Public Grammatical Blunder by egalitarian78: 5:57pm On Mar 29, 2016
Pathetic

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Re: National Board For Technical Education Signpost With Public Grammatical Blunder by gen2briz(m): 7:23pm On Mar 29, 2016
Baba God, Na your hand our education sector dey oooo
Re: National Board For Technical Education Signpost With Public Grammatical Blunder by helphelp: 7:25pm On Mar 29, 2016
IMO...

I think the problem came from the company that produced the signage.

Notwithstanding though, the job could have been rejected, but then again it could have been over priced, the insider could have squandered the money and instead of a replacement, they rather make a mess of themselves.

But come on, education sector making that huge mess...

God help us

In other news

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Re: National Board For Technical Education Signpost With Public Grammatical Blunder by Integrityfarms(m): 7:25pm On Mar 29, 2016
This is beyond errors to intentional amaghi spelling :PThis is beyond errors to intentional amaghi spelling

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Re: National Board For Technical Education Signpost With Public Grammatical Blunder by bigtt76(f): 7:26pm On Mar 29, 2016
This is Technical English! grin

glacswhite:
Imagine This Sign Post I Saw In Abuja With Public Grammatical Blunder...pics

The state of education in Nigeria. A regulator in the
education sector that can't spell Board!!!

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Re: National Board For Technical Education Signpost With Public Grammatical Blunder by HirstMOG(m): 7:26pm On Mar 29, 2016
boss this na typo error nau!!
Re: National Board For Technical Education Signpost With Public Grammatical Blunder by scampy(m): 7:27pm On Mar 29, 2016
Na Baord tru tru grin
Re: National Board For Technical Education Signpost With Public Grammatical Blunder by Nobody: 7:27pm On Mar 29, 2016
odikwa egwuoo
Re: National Board For Technical Education Signpost With Public Grammatical Blunder by Nobody: 7:27pm On Mar 29, 2016
It may b d artist dat made d error.
Re: National Board For Technical Education Signpost With Public Grammatical Blunder by san316(m): 7:29pm On Mar 29, 2016
Man know man contractor. That is why they didnt return it.

But truth be told, the error is hard to spot especially from afar.

It may be that the OP is jobless so after he went job hunting he was kicked out. Hence, having nothing reasonable to do and nowhere else to go, he decided to start reading all the signages around and detecting flaws.

My opinion though.

But buhari should create jobs na. Haba

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Re: National Board For Technical Education Signpost With Public Grammatical Blunder by blazetitov: 7:29pm On Mar 29, 2016
LWKMD. The staff dey close dia eyes every morning while passing through the gate.

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Re: National Board For Technical Education Signpost With Public Grammatical Blunder by emma2406(m): 7:29pm On Mar 29, 2016
And dey might ave disqualified candidate here coz of spell matter... It's well
Re: National Board For Technical Education Signpost With Public Grammatical Blunder by jarkbauer: 7:30pm On Mar 29, 2016
That's not a grammatical blunder. That's spelling error. Grammar is construction of a sentence

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Re: National Board For Technical Education Signpost With Public Grammatical Blunder by Josephamstrong1(m): 7:30pm On Mar 29, 2016
Check ya dictionary, we get d' word "baord" juz find d meanin'.
Re: National Board For Technical Education Signpost With Public Grammatical Blunder by Originality007: 7:31pm On Mar 29, 2016
wetin concern aboooki man with correct English, all dey know is to share Oyel money
Re: National Board For Technical Education Signpost With Public Grammatical Blunder by dyn1800: 7:31pm On Mar 29, 2016
TYPOGRAPHICAL ERROR NOT GRAMMATICAL BLUNDER

glacswhite:
Imagine This Sign Post I Saw In Abuja With Public Grammatical Blunder...pics

The state of education in Nigeria. A regulator in the
education sector that can't spell Board!!!

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