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Anambra Secondary Students Wear Native Cloths To School On Wednesdays by Groovenaija360(m): 4:15pm On Dec 06, 2017
It is now an official practice and a law inĀ Anambra stateĀ as secondary school students in all LGA's now dress in native cloths to school every Wednesday.

Is this actually a way to promote Nigerian culture.

What do you think?


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Re: Anambra Secondary Students Wear Native Cloths To School On Wednesdays by nazablossom(f): 5:13pm On Dec 06, 2017
A welcomed development. Let's promote our culture

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Re: Anambra Secondary Students Wear Native Cloths To School On Wednesdays by GIDIBANKZ(m): 5:26pm On Dec 06, 2017
Second to comment....hehe tanx to Lala for th 10k he just paid me.....rubbish jor

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Re: Anambra Secondary Students Wear Native Cloths To School On Wednesdays by 1shortblackboy: 5:29pm On Dec 06, 2017
two questions:
how will this promote rapid development
and when they say native what exactly is native and native to where

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Re: Anambra Secondary Students Wear Native Cloths To School On Wednesdays by earthsync(f): 6:20pm On Dec 06, 2017
is that going to increase the standards of education in these schools undecided

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Re: Anambra Secondary Students Wear Native Cloths To School On Wednesdays by wittyt98(m): 7:28pm On Dec 06, 2017
earthsync:
is that going to increase the standards of education in these schools undecided
has foreign practices improved the standard of education yet? learning and practicing ones tradition is part of improvement

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Re: Anambra Secondary Students Wear Native Cloths To School On Wednesdays by Efostick(m): 7:29pm On Dec 06, 2017
Hahaha lol
Re: Anambra Secondary Students Wear Native Cloths To School On Wednesdays by Nobody: 7:36pm On Dec 06, 2017
Isn't this the same state that appointed a "commissioner for happiness"? The state is fast becoming a joke. grin

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Re: Anambra Secondary Students Wear Native Cloths To School On Wednesdays by Nobody: 7:51pm On Dec 06, 2017
Wearing of native cloths to school is not an issue but what matters most is d quality of education.

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Re: Anambra Secondary Students Wear Native Cloths To School On Wednesdays by Biggerbros234: 8:13pm On Dec 06, 2017
hehehehe wetin afonjas go wear naa

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Re: Anambra Secondary Students Wear Native Cloths To School On Wednesdays by Ritajovy(f): 8:37pm On Dec 06, 2017
To me, that's nonsense. In Home Economics, one of the things I was taught about the characteristics of a school uniform is that it should be comfortable.
That traditional wear ain't comfortable especially with the gals. They tie wrapper to school with scarf. Like ,who does that There was one I witnessed one day, the gals wrapper was un-tieing along the way and she kept re-tieing it. Even children wear wrappers to school also. That is not comfortable to me. Most of these classrooms don't have working fans. The ones that do, have power failure to contend with. Biko, let's stick with out simple school uniforms.

Let's promote our culture some other way Biko.

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Re: Anambra Secondary Students Wear Native Cloths To School On Wednesdays by TheAngry1: 8:39pm On Dec 06, 2017
ok
Re: Anambra Secondary Students Wear Native Cloths To School On Wednesdays by Moreoffaith(m): 8:39pm On Dec 06, 2017
Na only Nigeria student dey wear aso ebi go school...
Shior!!!
Re: Anambra Secondary Students Wear Native Cloths To School On Wednesdays by bright007(f): 8:39pm On Dec 06, 2017
OK
Re: Anambra Secondary Students Wear Native Cloths To School On Wednesdays by drasob: 8:39pm On Dec 06, 2017
Follysho707:
Isn't this the same state that appointed a "commissioner for happiness"? The state is fast becoming a joke. grin

No, it isn't... Read up on your news before commenting. undecided

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Re: Anambra Secondary Students Wear Native Cloths To School On Wednesdays by AuntyGodiva(f): 8:40pm On Dec 06, 2017
Promote What culture??! Our forefathers knew no clothes grin grin

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Re: Anambra Secondary Students Wear Native Cloths To School On Wednesdays by Icon79(m): 8:40pm On Dec 06, 2017
Good idea as long as they don't make it MANDATORY. It has to be strictly optional because there are folks who don't have (and can't afford) native attires.


O pari

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Re: Anambra Secondary Students Wear Native Cloths To School On Wednesdays by merits(m): 8:41pm On Dec 06, 2017
9c
Re: Anambra Secondary Students Wear Native Cloths To School On Wednesdays by klins4213(m): 8:41pm On Dec 06, 2017
Hmmmmm. Sometimes I dey wonder who dey in charge of some school curriculum and who dey harbour all this kind ideas for mind.

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Re: Anambra Secondary Students Wear Native Cloths To School On Wednesdays by Coldfeets: 8:42pm On Dec 06, 2017
1shortblackboy:
two questions:
how will this promote rapid development
and when they say native what exactly is native and native to where

You dey mind dem?

Bunch of confused men and women.

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Re: Anambra Secondary Students Wear Native Cloths To School On Wednesdays by Icon79(m): 8:42pm On Dec 06, 2017
Wow. What an airhead shocked


O pari

bright007:
OK

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Re: Anambra Secondary Students Wear Native Cloths To School On Wednesdays by Nwodosis(m): 8:42pm On Dec 06, 2017
Is that native attire or prison inmates clothing?

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Re: Anambra Secondary Students Wear Native Cloths To School On Wednesdays by Timileyin008: 8:43pm On Dec 06, 2017
wittyt98:
has foreign practices improved the standard of education yet? learning and practicing ones tradition is part of improvement
jzj
Re: Anambra Secondary Students Wear Native Cloths To School On Wednesdays by blackbeau1(f): 8:43pm On Dec 06, 2017
Good idea
Re: Anambra Secondary Students Wear Native Cloths To School On Wednesdays by blowjob: 8:44pm On Dec 06, 2017
COOL.. grin grin
Re: Anambra Secondary Students Wear Native Cloths To School On Wednesdays by Icon79(m): 8:45pm On Dec 06, 2017
Look at this one, eh? Trado doesn't necessarily mean wrapper and scarf!

Ewu ten kobo shocked



O pari

Ritajovy:
To me, that's nonsense. In Home Economics, one of the things I was taught about the characteristics of a school uniform is that it should be comfortable.
That traditional wear ain't comfortable especially with the gals. They tie wrapper to school with scarf. Like ,who does that There was one I witnessed one day, the gals wrapper was un-tieing along the way and she kept re-tieing it. Even children wear wrappers to school also. That is not comfortable to me. Most of these classrooms don't have working fans. The ones that do, have power failure to contend with. Biko, let's stick with out simple school uniforms.

Let's promote our culture some other way Biko.

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Re: Anambra Secondary Students Wear Native Cloths To School On Wednesdays by ionsman: 8:45pm On Dec 06, 2017
Bishop David Oyedepo..."If you're not a tither,your windows will not open. Even if one opens,seven more will close"

grin

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Re: Anambra Secondary Students Wear Native Cloths To School On Wednesdays by Phenotech(m): 8:45pm On Dec 06, 2017
Follysho707:
Isn't this the same state that appointed a "commissioner for happiness"? The state is fast becoming a joke. grin
that'd IMO State of OkoroAwusa

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Re: Anambra Secondary Students Wear Native Cloths To School On Wednesdays by danduj(m): 8:46pm On Dec 06, 2017
Follysho707:
Isn't this the same state that appointed a "commissioner for happiness"? The state is fast becoming a joke. grin
Nah,Imo state

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