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Solomon Dalung: How I Paid A Poor Girl's School Fees For A Year by donmayorgroup(m): 5:18am On Feb 22, 2017
Nigeria's Minister of Youth & Sports Development, Solomon Dalung has taken to his Facebook Account to narrate how he assisted a little girl pay her school fee for 1 year.

According to the Minister, he met Kate Adamu, a JSS1 student of GSS Gwom of Riyom LGA of Plateau State, crying on the highway because she couldn't afford her school fees, so he assisted her with one year school fees. Read what he wrote below:

Lets hear from you.

http://www.michaeldoosblog.info/2017/02/solomon-dalung-how-i-assisted-poor-girl.html

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Re: Solomon Dalung: How I Paid A Poor Girl's School Fees For A Year by NegeduGrace(f): 5:19am On Feb 22, 2017
all the money wey this man the see he just paid only one year school fees when he has more than enough to see her through secondary school..anyways u tried n thanks for telling us, ,we yaff heard.

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Re: Solomon Dalung: How I Paid A Poor Girl's School Fees For A Year by EYIBLESSN(m): 5:35am On Feb 22, 2017
Thanks and God.blesses you ?


But this is not new. It has nothing to do with your assignment. If you want to be humanitarian. let go to IDP camp

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Re: Solomon Dalung: How I Paid A Poor Girl's School Fees For A Year by Mjshexy(f): 5:45am On Feb 22, 2017
Such kind gesture shouldn't be announced naw, but now that you have sponsored her through JSS 1 only, how does she pay for subsequent fees till final year or will she be presented with a Secondary schl cert after JSS 1

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Re: Solomon Dalung: How I Paid A Poor Girl's School Fees For A Year by odogwubiafra: 6:00am On Feb 22, 2017
Give her and the villagers scholarship to university education or keep quiet.

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Re: Solomon Dalung: How I Paid A Poor Girl's School Fees For A Year by Xionez(m): 6:08am On Feb 22, 2017
Entire year?!

Judging by the school, that shouldnt be more than 30k.
Sponsoring her till she finishes secondary school will be more appropriate. It will give the young missus less things to worry about and help her focus on her studies. Not checking the calender till the next fees is demanded.

We all know that every Governor or highly placed public officer gets their cut from whatever deals that are in place, so thats "chicken-change" as far as her schooling is concerned.

It is also a pity that the Rep for her constituency is'nt aware of the deplorable state of this school and its students. The same person will claim that he/she has embarked or has completed "numerous constituency projects" with a recycled photos to buttress his/her claims...then pockets the next allocation and well as other allowances...all of which will run into millions.

How much does it take to renovate a roof, employ the locals to repaint the school, get some plastic chairs and tables from Eliganza and co and make sure they are deeply secured to the floor of the classes to prevent vandalism.
Get some carpenter to install blackboards for the school (after personally inspecting the boards before and after they are installed). Obtaining a bus from Innoson wouldnt make sense as the school wouldnt be able to manage it properly so its better to ensure that all pathways and roads leading to the school are well graded.
Doing this and you have killed multiple birds with a stone. Teachers get paid, Students get encouraged, the Locals get employed and the manufacturing industries get a little boost.

All these would'nt cost more than a fraction of the sum total of allowances, incentives and other kick backs that is collected in steady streams.

The essence of it all is USE YOUR POWER TO DO GOOD. If you decide to chop, chop but with the masses in mind.

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Re: Solomon Dalung: How I Paid A Poor Girl's School Fees For A Year by finalboss(m): 6:11am On Feb 22, 2017
wow i love this...
Re: Solomon Dalung: How I Paid A Poor Girl's School Fees For A Year by finalboss(m): 6:11am On Feb 22, 2017
NegeduGrace:
all the money wey this man the see he just paid only one year school fees when he has more than enough to see her through secondary school..anyways u tried n thanks for telling us, ,we yaff heard.


he did something... he tried

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Re: Solomon Dalung: How I Paid A Poor Girl's School Fees For A Year by LAFO: 6:24am On Feb 22, 2017
He tried sha.



Make everyone dey so even if na small.


Some folks can't give you 100 naira

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Re: Solomon Dalung: How I Paid A Poor Girl's School Fees For A Year by Nogodye(m): 7:00am On Feb 22, 2017
He helped someone to pay a year school fee and he took it to sociaj media to announce it.That's unfair of him...That means we should appreciate Finalboss here for his kind gesture and service to humanity.He deserved to be a leader.

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Re: Solomon Dalung: How I Paid A Poor Girl's School Fees For A Year by thestevens: 12:14pm On Feb 22, 2017
So the whole world should know about it?

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