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Re: Inside The First-Class Schools Children Of Akwa Ibom Elite Attend by Ermacc: 10:50pm On Jun 06, 2018
manutdrichie:
the last picture though

you mean you made those kids lay on the floor just because to want to discredit Udom Emmanuel?

i insist Udom till 2023 grin
Exactly what I'm saying. Biased reportage from the op. cc mires
Re: Inside The First-Class Schools Children Of Akwa Ibom Elite Attend by Ermacc: 11:01pm On Jun 06, 2018
macaranta:


You're just a terrible person, better take down this post.
Did you visit all the schools in Aks to see that they're all bad or you just chose these 3 bad schools to spread fake news?
Don't waste your time arguing with the op, check the topics from "it's" profile. He's just a biased reporter on a vengeful mission
Re: Inside The First-Class Schools Children Of Akwa Ibom Elite Attend by Blue3k2: 11:02pm On Jun 06, 2018
Ermacc:
Exactly what I'm saying. Biased reportage from the op. cc mires

Lol you you guys are clowns. Instead if just showing me pictures of your great schools your mad I criticized state government. Political prostitition is bad guys. I guess these broken down building are also staged. Feel free to post your pictures from public school you have your family at. I'll be waiting and will call Lala to bring post to front page.


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xoSCUW5rTAA


Students at Ntiat and Mbak 1 Comprehensive Sec Sch, Itu (Photo taken by Cletus Ukpong)


Pupils sleeping on cold, bare floor at Annang Peoples Primary School, Ikot Iyire, Ukpom Abak,(Photo taken by Cletus Ukpong)


Pupil sleeps on the verandah of a classroom in Ukana Iba, Essien Udim (Photo taken by Cletus Ukpong)





Re: Inside The First-Class Schools Children Of Akwa Ibom Elite Attend by Herrmes: 11:08pm On Jun 06, 2018
abokikhalifa:

You will still come out to justify evil. Why don't you also carry out your own investigation and give reasons why Akwa Ibom is a good place instead of bringing politics to everything. You want Nigeria to be better you need to do the right things and not support evil. That's if you really want a better Nigeria.
I think his point is this happens all over Nigeria, why single out Akwa Ibom?
Unless your intention is to make it appear worse than it is.
Re: Inside The First-Class Schools Children Of Akwa Ibom Elite Attend by TroubleMaker47(m): 11:16pm On Jun 06, 2018
chuksanambra:


For you to be supporting this madness, one would think your father stole money and kept for you to spend somewhere but I doubt so. Looking at your picture, I see at least 5 generations of poverty etched on your face.

With your head like that of a catfish and your neck like a funnel, I doubt if sense can enter your head again.

One would think you are one rich man or beneficiary of corruption but no, you're just a poverty-stricken young man who is hawking Thailand visa. WTF is Thailand visa? Can Akopabio's children go there? Can Udom's children go there? The way you're going, even your children won't be allowed to enter that Thailand cos they'll ban them for your foolishness.

At your age, you should learn to stand for something noble. How can you see those kids sleep out there in the cold on the icy floor and say it's to discredit Udom?

Richard Akpabuyo, big head is not sense and your case just proved that.

You just spoilt my mood tonight.
May God bless you for this piece!
Scums like that should have been aborted at conception!

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Re: Inside The First-Class Schools Children Of Akwa Ibom Elite Attend by Ermacc: 11:24pm On Jun 06, 2018
Blue3k2:


Lol you you guys are clowns. Instead if just showing me pictures of your great schools your mad I criticized state government. Political prostitition is bad guys. I guess these broken down building are also staged. Feel free to post your pictures from public school you have your family at. I'll be waiting and will call Lala to bring post to front page.


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xoSCUW5rTAA


Students at Ntiat and Mbak 1 Comprehensive Sec Sch, Itu (Photo taken by Cletus Ukpong)


Pupils sleeping on cold, bare floor at Annang Peoples Primary School, Ikot Iyire, Ukpom Abak,(Photo taken by Cletus Ukpong)


Pupil sleeps on the verandah of a classroom in Ukana Iba, Essien Udim (Photo taken by Cletus Ukpong)





Don't mention me again
Re: Inside The First-Class Schools Children Of Akwa Ibom Elite Attend by Blue3k2: 11:28pm On Jun 06, 2018
Ermacc:
Don't mention me again

Lol unfollow thread and dont talk about me then political prostitute.

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Re: Inside The First-Class Schools Children Of Akwa Ibom Elite Attend by Nobody: 11:39pm On Jun 06, 2018
Oceannaagent:
She has her textbooks and writing materials inside her backpack. She also has bottled water, juice, biscuits, and a lunch box filled with cooked noodles to be eaten at school during break hour.

As if the reporter searched her lunch box to know whats inside.



Not a big deal. Any reporter that knows his onions would tell you more.

If he's reporting for BBC or Aljazeera, you'll applaud his attention to details.

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Re: Inside The First-Class Schools Children Of Akwa Ibom Elite Attend by abokikhalifa: 11:43pm On Jun 06, 2018
Herrmes:
I think his point is this happens all over Nigeria, why single out Akwa Ibom?
Unless your intention is to make it appear worse than it is.

Yes it's all over Nigeria but The point here is that Akwa Ibom state is highly Rich and well funded. They should be some level of development in public schools. Do you leave in Lagos State? Even some rich men send their children to public schools here in Lagos State. Lagos State govt to some extent paid attention to public schools.

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Re: Inside The First-Class Schools Children Of Akwa Ibom Elite Attend by Ndipe(m): 11:45pm On Jun 06, 2018
And we keep hearing of "free education" in Akwa Ibom.
Re: Inside The First-Class Schools Children Of Akwa Ibom Elite Attend by Nobody: 11:46pm On Jun 06, 2018
Herrmes:
I think his point is this happens all over Nigeria, why single out Akwa Ibom?
Unless your intention is to make it appear worse than it is.

So he must report the situation in the 36 states of the federation simultaneously.

Common sense is not common after all.

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Re: Inside The First-Class Schools Children Of Akwa Ibom Elite Attend by EazyMoh(m): 12:31am On Jun 07, 2018
CodeTemplar:
This is another reason the church owned schools are under pressure to reduce cost.
The poor pay out tax to govt and tithes to churches but have lost hope in govt and therefore rest their hope on the church.
One thing I know is that, education isn't cheap anywhere and even if the govt provides all the ingredient for a standard system, it cannot sustain it.
Good infrastructure goes beyond initial capital and involves recurrent cost. Recurrent expenses requires more than intervention most govt bring to the table. Take Kaduna or Osun state for example after employing huge staff or building new schools where will the funds to maintains those structure and pay staffs come from ?
What each state needs most is a good IGR mechanism. You can't make economic projections on unstable income like oil income.

@HigherEd, this might interest you.
You ar talking in an ideal situation. Go and find out how much was budgeted and ridiculously looted in the name of upgrading those schools. You will be shocked those schools consume more funds on paper than their private counterparts.
They can also charge to make the schools better. For example a medium private school with 30k fee per term, the state government can comfortably provide at least 50% subsidy especially factoring out teachers' r enumeration which the government already sponsor. Of it ensures proper management in such a way that the public schools compete with the private in whatever way, people will immediately transfer their kids.
There is a similar story in Kenya (or Uganda) I think where public schools are turning out to be better than private schools and it didn't take too much funds like you are insinuating.
Please let's stop finding excuse for our failure.

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Re: Inside The First-Class Schools Children Of Akwa Ibom Elite Attend by CodeTemplar: 12:44am On Jun 07, 2018
EazyMoh:

You ar talking in an ideal situation. Go and find out how much was budgeted and ridiculously looted in the name of upgrading those schools. You will be shocked those schools consume more funds on paper than their private counterparts.
They can also charge to make the schools better. For example a medium private school with 30k fee per term, the state government can comfortably provide at least 50% subsidy especially factoring out teachers' r enumeration which the government already sponsor. Of it ensures proper management in such a way that the public schools compete with the private in whatever way, people will immediately transfer their kids.
There is a similar story in Kenya (or Uganda) I think where public schools are turning out to be better than private schools and it didn't take too much funds like you are insinuating.
Please let's stop finding excuse for our failure.
You can say it isn't expensive but education isn't as cheap as you make it sounds also. I acknowledge the mismanagement part also but believe me, if govt tries to subsidize it to the level the average man can afford it, then they may end up reducing the number of slots available for prospective students.
How many salary earning parents can afford N30k per term for 2 kids (N180K) every year? What about taxpaying artisans who survive on less than $100/month ?
Re: Inside The First-Class Schools Children Of Akwa Ibom Elite Attend by EazyMoh(m): 1:25am On Jun 07, 2018
CodeTemplar:
You can say it isn't expensive but education isn't as cheap as you make it sounds also. I acknowledge the mismanagement part also but believe me, if govt tries to subsidize it to the level the average man can afford it, then they may end up reducing the number of slots available for prospective students.
How many salary earning parents can afford N30k per term for 2 kids (N180K) every year? What about taxpaying artisans who survive on less than $100/month ?
We are saying the same thing, agreed education is expensive, but states like Akwai Ibom have more than enough resources if properly managed to make things work.
BTW I didn't say 30k, I made case for 15k which was also a mere example. You also ignored the point I made regarding the east African country that is making public schools better than their private counterparts. Can't we copy what they are doing right? Instead of claiming impossibility?


Re: Inside The First-Class Schools Children Of Akwa Ibom Elite Attend by romme2u: 1:47am On Jun 07, 2018
uuzba:


People are poor because they try to copy and paste the lives of rich people.

My grandfather used to transport palm fruit from the farm, by canoe along the river to the collection point where White men collected and took it to England. Right here, this same Nigeria
That time, people had no shoes, no cars, no TV. People were contented. 1920~1930

Guess what?
£1 = N1.
-
If you are contented with your own local produce, your currency has high value. Everybody has work. No thieves.

Today, everybody wants TV, Fridge, apple, cornflakes, jeans, watch. All kinda of imported items. We don't produce any of them. But we want everything imported in our homes. 2018

Guess what?
£1 = N420.

This same Nigeria.

Kai sense wee not kill you

The simple law of demand and supply

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Re: Inside The First-Class Schools Children Of Akwa Ibom Elite Attend by romme2u: 1:55am On Jun 07, 2018
Blue3k2:


Lol you political prostitutes are a weird bunch. Instead of demanding better you ranting about APC and PDP like its a football debate. Theres nothing impressive to speak of in education. Even you wont send your kids to the decrepit public schools. Now go back to servicing your master if you have no counter arguements to points written.

Im glad Mobil is building new school in the state since Udom feels a new church is a better use of funds.

I posted the quote below in one of your threads............in as much as i am not against what you are doing but please direct your concerns to the appropriate quarters.

Good job


Udom is the worst thing that have happened to the state............infact he is the worst governor Akwa Ibom has ever had.

His propaganda machinery is as oiled as Buhari's own if not more

Akwa Ibom has a body called Inter-Ministerial Committee set up right from the days of Victor Attah to fix social amenities like public school renovation, primary health center renovation, construction of inner urban streets and rural roads, provision of potable water and rural electrification as well as other small scale projects that does not require huge funding and state machinery to handle.

These projects are always awarded to local contractors to build their competencies as well as circulate money around the lower class as the contractors will always employ local labour and source materials locally.

This has been ongoing from Attah down to Akpabio gradually covering decay that has existed in those areas for decades until this slowpoke came on board. He declared to whoever wanted to listen that there is no money just like his master buhari and shut down most ongoing work that was started during the previous administration.

He crippled the Inter-Ministerial Committee works that was garnering momentum during Akpabio's time and every thing came to a halt.

A lot of people hail Akpabio because he empowered local contractors by funding the committee's work resulting in multiple small-scale projects (i listed above) across the state enabling money to flow among labourers, market women, transporters and other lower class folks...

It seems this set of government (politicians of 2015-2019 across all level) caters only to the elite......an elitist government in power
Re: Inside The First-Class Schools Children Of Akwa Ibom Elite Attend by ademoladeji(m): 2:25am On Jun 07, 2018
SmartPolician:


Oga, rest...stop showing yourself. I've lived with, schooled with, dated and worked with Anang, Efik and Ibibio. Majority of them have accent problems, especially the ones that grew up in Akwa Ibom state.

Oga, you need the rest more.

What has accent got to do with the topic?

Where are you from? where were you born?

Do you have problem with an Hausa man who grew up in Sokoto speak? Even the president of this country is with his own accent.

Go to Ibadan, Oyo, Ife, Akure, Ondo, and some other part of SW especially those that have been living all their lives there and try to evaluate their spoken English.

Even in the SE, a business tycoon who's in charge of multimillionaire businesses has his own accent. JayJay Okocha n Papilo even after spending several years abroad still speak igboish English.

Let's be tolerant and respect people the way God made them.

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Re: Inside The First-Class Schools Children Of Akwa Ibom Elite Attend by janco: 2:51am On Jun 07, 2018
let Government do their bit

I am sure if you look through the country you would notice that even the least expensive private school is still better run than the government best schools

In Government schools Teachers do not report to duty on time, they have laissez-faire attitude etc
Re: Inside The First-Class Schools Children Of Akwa Ibom Elite Attend by amarachi06(f): 4:22am On Jun 07, 2018
chuksanambra:


For you to be supporting this madness, one would think your father stole money and kept for you to spend somewhere but I doubt so. Looking at your picture, I see at least 5 generations of poverty etched on your face.

With your head like that of a catfish and your neck like a funnel, I doubt if sense can enter your head again.

One would think you are one rich man or beneficiary of corruption but no, you're just a poverty-stricken young man who is hawking Thailand visa. WTF is Thailand visa? Can Akopabio's children go there? Can Udom's children go there? The way you're going, even your children won't be allowed to enter that Thailand cos they'll ban them for your foolishness.

At your age, you should learn to stand for something noble. How can you see those kids sleep out there in the cold on the icy floor and say it's to discredit Udom?

Richard Akpabuyo, big head is not sense and your case just proved that.

You just spoilt my mood tonight.

This was how you guys sold buhari to us on "change mantra" and you are trying to manipulate us with pictures again.
Is there no good public school in Ibom?
please guy, don't tell me that this is the only bad school in Ibom cos l believe the good ones are there also.
This was how your people told us that Buhari drinks sachet milk like us but his son now rides power bike of 10million.
please don't come and deceive us again with your rubbish change and pictorial news filled with sentiment.

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Re: Inside The First-Class Schools Children Of Akwa Ibom Elite Attend by Blue3k2: 4:32am On Jun 07, 2018
romme2u:


I posted the quote below in one of your threads............in as much as i am not against what you are doing but please direct your concerns to the appropriate quarters.

Good job


Noted but I doubt this situation can be all his fault. Hes only been there three years. I agree with your point about Inter-Ministerial Committee. He cut education budget as well due to economic constraints. In previous articles the author mentioned the amount budgeted for school rennovation and education. How much cash was released in both years for that purpose.

Samuel Efuo, a lawmaker and Chairman,  Ibom State House of Assembly Committee on Education, says the problem is partly due to poor contract administration by the Inter-Ministerial Direct Labour Committee saddled with the responsibility of finding quick-fix solutions to the infrastructural deficits in the social sector in the state.

What these state law makers have done about it I dont know.

Five hundred million and N450 million was budgeted for the sector in 2014 and 2015 respectively for the renovation and refurbishing of buildings, including the provision of facilities, in 124 secondary and primary schools in the state.

The administration’s plan then, as documented in the budget, was to pick four secondary schools and four primary schools for renovation in each of the 31 local government areas in the state.
Re: Inside The First-Class Schools Children Of Akwa Ibom Elite Attend by chuksanambra: 4:38am On Jun 07, 2018
amarachi06:


This was how you guys sold buhari to us on "change mantra" and you are trying to manipulate us with pictures again.
Is there no good public school in Ibom?
please guy, don't tell me that this is the only bad school in Ibom cos l believe the good ones are there also.
This was how your people told us that Buhari drinks sachet milk like us but his son now rides power bike of 10million.
please don't come and deceive us again with your rubbish change and pictorial news filled with sentiment.

Obviously you didn't read the post or you're incapable of understanding what you read.

Put your thoughts together and write something sensible and coherent. Maybe you'll be lucky to get a response from me.

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Re: Inside The First-Class Schools Children Of Akwa Ibom Elite Attend by Blue3k2: 5:01am On Jun 07, 2018
Zionista:


So he must report the situation in the 36 states of the federation simultaneously.

Common sense is not common after all.

These guys are a slow bunch its sad really. The author of the story is Cletus Ukpong who is from Akwa Ibom. This explains why he choose to write his report when he recieves grant from foreign sponsors. He's on facebook if the really want to find him.

This investigation is supported by the John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation and the International Centre for Investigative Reporting
Re: Inside The First-Class Schools Children Of Akwa Ibom Elite Attend by azimibraun: 5:22am On Jun 07, 2018
The poor. Should respond adequately.. Cut down on child birth. No poor man should go pass two kids..let the third one come accidentally and there should be no fourth. If you have just two kids, it may never get so extremely bad for you as couples. Your child kids could make a middle class school. If not the top but certainly not the rock bottom no chairs and tables schools.
Re: Inside The First-Class Schools Children Of Akwa Ibom Elite Attend by macaranta(m): 5:53am On Jun 07, 2018
Blue3k2:


Lol how is it fake news? Post pictures of the great public schools your kids go to. I posted more than three schools. Do you need pictures of over 300 schools before you get the point. Again you political prostitutes are a weird bunch.

Seriously go to places the author mentioned and snap your own pictures or post other nice institutions in state.
You really know nothing about Aks, even the Abak GTC you're posting was renovated 3 years or so ago alongside Mainland G Technical C and the one in Uyo. But no, it's that one you will see.
Those schools you posted were probably abandoned due to natural causes like low patronage from locals, so the next popular government school closer will have a better facility because it's more used. You didn't mention the thousands of facilities Akpabio built for abak people, even that bridge linking abak and uyo the federal government won't afford to do that kind of bridge cus of the obvious cost... Dude post pictures of uyo /Aks before and after Akpabio then I can come back and talk to your numb skull

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Re: Inside The First-Class Schools Children Of Akwa Ibom Elite Attend by Blue3k2: 6:06am On Jun 07, 2018
macaranta:

You really know nothing about Aks, even the Abak GTC you're posting was renovated 3 years or so ago alongside Mainland G Technical C and the one in Uyo. But no, it's that one you will see.
Those schools you posted were probably abandoned due to natural causes like low patronage from locals, so the next popular government school closer will have a better facility because it's more used. You didn't mention the housands of facilities Akpabio built for abak people, even that bridge linking abak and uyo the federal government won't afford to do that kind of bridge cus of the obvious cost... Dude post pictures of uyo /Aks before and after Akpabio then I can come back and talk to your numb skull

Wow the schools were abondoned due to low patronage when people are writing government to renovate them. You political prostitutes can lie. Akpabio built thousands of projects for Abak aswell but you dont have on picture to present hmm interesting. I gave you one challenge to dhow great public schools your kids go to or something but you chicked out political prostitute.

The Abak School was renovated 3 years ago and it looks like that? Wow these guys are working indeed. A state as rich as Akwa Ibom and with some of the biggest budgets and that's all you can say. I understand why you wont send you kid to public school after all.
Re: Inside The First-Class Schools Children Of Akwa Ibom Elite Attend by MIKOLOWISKA: 6:30am On Jun 07, 2018
mybestlove:
Horribly horrible.

Wey d horrible

Better day ahead
was wrong with today

We haven't gotten government in Nigeria yet.
commit crime find out

What government can't do, individuals are doing it in n 1000 folds.
why we should say no to socialism
and sharing of free education and free healthcare

No transparency and accountability.
are you not seeing it
which transparency again
after all this crocodile Tears which account you go gree table

Loot the treasury and go free.
before nko

I was in Owerri and I wept for Imo state.
so who your weep epp now

That state is finished and crippled economically while the governor now owns those assets that the state boosted of in the past.
good riddance
he acquired liabilities and unburdened the state


There was really a country.
there were lazy yoots

FTC dedicated to the Venue/Taraba martyrs
who dedication epp ever
Re: Inside The First-Class Schools Children Of Akwa Ibom Elite Attend by Pataricatering(f): 6:57am On Jun 07, 2018
Oceannaagent:
She has her textbooks and writing materials inside her backpack. She also has bottled water, juice, biscuits, and a lunch box filled with cooked noodles to be eaten at school during break hour.

As if the reporter searched her lunch box to know whats inside.
he could have asked her what the contents of her bag were ?
Re: Inside The First-Class Schools Children Of Akwa Ibom Elite Attend by Oceannaagent: 6:59am On Jun 07, 2018
Pataricatering:
he could have asked her what the contents of her bag were ?
Going by the narrative, it's not the case
Re: Inside The First-Class Schools Children Of Akwa Ibom Elite Attend by YhubieIsidore(m): 7:00am On Jun 07, 2018
SmartPolician:


Oga, rest...stop showing yourself. I've lived with, schooled with, dated and worked with Anang, Efik and Ibibio. Majority of them have accent problems, especially the ones that grew up in Akwa Ibom state.

That's an unfair judgement, how can u be using the local Ines that were never opportune to see the four walls of education as a yardstick in measuring the fluency of the educated?
Re: Inside The First-Class Schools Children Of Akwa Ibom Elite Attend by vickzdvipe(m): 7:12am On Jun 07, 2018
yemmight:
Let them continue to treat their fellow human like this. One thing that is very certain is that, before Almighty God over there, these people they have treated badly will leave like kings and queens. God is not human.
This would have been a perfect solace if it were true.
Re: Inside The First-Class Schools Children Of Akwa Ibom Elite Attend by cytell56: 8:13am On Jun 07, 2018
Blue3k2:
Private schools for politicians and wealthy families.
Note this school is owned by former governor Akpabio. #uncommontransformation






Public schools for masses. #udomisworking #udomat3


The science lab, Ntiat and Mbak 1 Comprehensive Sec Sch, Itu (Photo taken by Cletus Ukpong)

Pupils sleeping on cold, bare floor at Annang Peoples Primary School, Ikot Iyire, Ukpom Abak,(Photo taken by Cletus Ukpong)

Front Page: Lalasticlala

This is a shame!!! Those innocent kids sleeping on bare floor, what a cruel world. Living scarecly in the midst of abundant resources. Naija.
Re: Inside The First-Class Schools Children Of Akwa Ibom Elite Attend by macaranta(m): 8:24am On Jun 07, 2018
Blue3k2:


Wow the schools were abondoned due to low patronage when people are writing government to renovate them. You political prostitutes can lie. Akpabio built thousands of projects for Abak aswell but you dont have on picture to present hmm interesting. I gave you one challenge to dhow great public schools your kids go to or something but you chicked out political prostitute.

The Abak School was renovated 3 years ago and it looks like that? Wow these guys are working indeed. A state as rich as Akwa Ibom and with some of the biggest budgets and that's all you can say. I understand why you wont send you kid to public school after all.



No logical points raised.. Just to hide behind your phone and 10MB to insult people with political prostitute whatever that means. Show me the richest country in the world and I will show you pictures of their own abandoned /poverty areas

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