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Number Of Public Primary Schools In Nigeria According To Zones by gohome: 7:03am On Apr 02, 2016
These are the number of primary school Teachers Primary school students

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Re: Number Of Public Primary Schools In Nigeria According To Zones by aminho(m): 7:06am On Apr 02, 2016
AREWA ON TOP and to those bigots shouting
The ratio of students in the north is higher than those in your enclave just because some do not go to school does not mean that we have no students at all

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Re: Number Of Public Primary Schools In Nigeria According To Zones by InyinyaAgbaOku(m): 7:13am On Apr 02, 2016
The East still has the highest enrollment rate ,with the best educational statistics
http://www.nigerianstat.gov.ng/pages/download/254

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Re: Number Of Public Primary Schools In Nigeria According To Zones by oluseyiforjesus(m): 7:14am On Apr 02, 2016
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Re: Number Of Public Primary Schools In Nigeria According To Zones by Boscojugunu(m): 7:14am On Apr 02, 2016
InyinyaAgbaOku:
The East still has the highest enrollment rate ,with the best educational statistics
Says who. Please furnish My ignorant soul with evidence

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Re: Number Of Public Primary Schools In Nigeria According To Zones by InyinyaAgbaOku(m): 7:24am On Apr 02, 2016
Boscojugunu:
Says who. Please furnish My ignorant soul with evidence
This one is living in Mars.

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Re: Number Of Public Primary Schools In Nigeria According To Zones by ChappyChase(m): 7:27am On Apr 02, 2016
aminho:
AREWA ON TOP
And yet they are the ones with the highest number of illiterate!!!!!

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Re: Number Of Public Primary Schools In Nigeria According To Zones by Boscojugunu(m): 7:33am On Apr 02, 2016
InyinyaAgbaOku:

This one is living in Mars.
U see urself. Give me evidence

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Re: Number Of Public Primary Schools In Nigeria According To Zones by psucc(m): 7:38am On Apr 02, 2016
ChappyChase:

And yet there are the ones with the highest number of illiterate!!!!!
Except one has not been to the north he is led to believe these figures being branded as being the true state of affairs. Most of the so-called public schools only exist on papers.

They only do so in order to increase their stakes in the sharing formula of the nation's cake.

When does an average Muslim had time to attend public schools when the Alfa is there with his long whip

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Re: Number Of Public Primary Schools In Nigeria According To Zones by Vikkie14: 8:24am On Apr 02, 2016
I just can't help laughing.

North accounting for schools more than the south??

With all these almajiris and killers running gaga all over the country?
With the highest illiteracy record?

They wont cease to amaze me.

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Re: Number Of Public Primary Schools In Nigeria According To Zones by Lacomus(m): 9:30am On Apr 02, 2016
I'm shocked that northern Nigeria has the highest number of public school yet the illiteracy demonstrated my its inhabitant is alarming.

Wonders shall never end

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Re: Number Of Public Primary Schools In Nigeria According To Zones by Nobody: 10:35am On Apr 02, 2016
Something is strange here......The two most Academically developed Regions (SW and SE) have the least number of primary schools! how come

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Re: Number Of Public Primary Schools In Nigeria According To Zones by Nelsizzy(m): 10:36am On Apr 02, 2016
After these same set of people will come out and say they are marginalized.

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Re: Number Of Public Primary Schools In Nigeria According To Zones by jstbeinhonest: 10:36am On Apr 02, 2016
The North has a large land mass,thereby having so many schools.

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Re: Number Of Public Primary Schools In Nigeria According To Zones by Sijo01(f): 10:36am On Apr 02, 2016
See as North own many. Yet them nor dey gree go school.

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Re: Number Of Public Primary Schools In Nigeria According To Zones by owolaball: 10:37am On Apr 02, 2016
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Re: Number Of Public Primary Schools In Nigeria According To Zones by Robinhood477: 10:37am On Apr 02, 2016
nice one
Re: Number Of Public Primary Schools In Nigeria According To Zones by ChappyChase(m): 10:37am On Apr 02, 2016
psucc:
Except one has not been to the north he is led to believe these figures being branded as being the true state of affairs. Most of the so-called public schools only exit on papers.

They only do so in order to increase their stakes in the sharing formula of the nations cake.

When does an average Muslim had time to attend public schools when the Alfa is they with his long whip
Those guys wan cheat for everything! Election, census,education etc etc.......

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Re: Number Of Public Primary Schools In Nigeria According To Zones by cardoctor(m): 10:37am On Apr 02, 2016
What a waste. So many schools yet so many illiterates.

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Re: Number Of Public Primary Schools In Nigeria According To Zones by Innodon(m): 10:38am On Apr 02, 2016
Boscojugunu:
Says who. Please furnish My ignorant soul with evidence
It's just d fact

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Re: Number Of Public Primary Schools In Nigeria According To Zones by lielbree: 10:39am On Apr 02, 2016
Lol
Yet the north has the highest number of illiterates and beggars...
What a joke

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Re: Number Of Public Primary Schools In Nigeria According To Zones by Junior66(m): 10:39am On Apr 02, 2016
These statistics say a lot about northern Nigeria and the general misconceptions about them.
1. The north has a very high population rate contrary to what most people think.
2. Inspite of the large population of kids roaming the streets, the North still has more schools than the south even with the same ratio of teachers to pupils.
3. If these stats are correct, then it is safe to assume that the population of the North is even higher than ascribed to it.
4. Even if these figures are inaccurate, the margin of error should still be low.
5. Think twice before u scream the usual it is goats and cows that vote in the north.
6. Lastly, to those who will scream that Muslims generally do not attend school (this may or may not be true), please be informed that there are several Christian states in the north (assuming the percentage of xtians ins skuls is higher). Plateau, Taraba, Benue are xtian states with many of the other states also boasting a hight population of xtians. When next you make those ugly noises remember dat your millions of relatives in the North also skul there. cheers.

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Re: Number Of Public Primary Schools In Nigeria According To Zones by youngwarlocks: 10:39am On Apr 02, 2016
okay
Re: Number Of Public Primary Schools In Nigeria According To Zones by Innodon(m): 10:40am On Apr 02, 2016
It's not a matter of having the most number of public schools, it's a matter of having a fuctional ones with basic infrastructure and good teachers with very good enrollment .
Most of the so-called called schools in the North only exist on papers and those that even exist in real life are empty and most at times without teachers. Not until the northern leaders start telling themselves true, Illiteratacy and poverty will always be high among them.

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Re: Number Of Public Primary Schools In Nigeria According To Zones by gbaskiboy(m): 10:40am On Apr 02, 2016
Not by number but by quality

I can see reasons why most students are half baked

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Re: Number Of Public Primary Schools In Nigeria According To Zones by OlujobaSamuel: 10:40am On Apr 02, 2016
hmmmmmm,
furnish us with enrolment rate, the quality of education and turnover to secondary school.
if you praise the establishment of 9 federal universities and almajiri schools but condemned this with the excuse that number doesn't matter, you need head check.

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Re: Number Of Public Primary Schools In Nigeria According To Zones by kayzeesoft(m): 10:40am On Apr 02, 2016
aminho:
AREWA ON TOP
Yet...

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Re: Number Of Public Primary Schools In Nigeria According To Zones by Innodon(m): 10:41am On Apr 02, 2016
psucc:
Except one has not been to the north he is led to believe these figures being branded as being the true state of affairs. Most of the so-called public schools only exit on papers.

They only do so in order to increase their stakes in the sharing formula of the nations cake.

When does an average Muslim had time to attend public schools when the Alfa is they with his long whip
NAKE\D TRUTH

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Re: Number Of Public Primary Schools In Nigeria According To Zones by Ekejoestar(m): 10:42am On Apr 02, 2016
North with nothing to show
Re: Number Of Public Primary Schools In Nigeria According To Zones by Nobody: 10:42am On Apr 02, 2016
Re: Number Of Public Primary Schools In Nigeria According To Zones by AmuDimpka: 10:42am On Apr 02, 2016
This is crazy..just the way that these gooffons said that north is more populated than south ..I keep asking how can a desert region be more populated than a coastal states or place with tropical forest ....I am in north now yet you drive for hours you won't see a decent settlement


Nigeria is just a lie..director seems to be on point

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