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Nigeria's Approach To Education Means Mental Health Suffers? by OrangeOlamide: 3:44pm On Jun 17, 2018
Re: Nigeria's Approach To Education Means Mental Health Suffers? by DejiSantos: 4:27pm On Jun 19, 2018
I think we can be quite hard on our children. I agree.

There must be balance.
Re: Nigeria's Approach To Education Means Mental Health Suffers? by DejiSantos: 7:00pm On Jun 21, 2018
Re: Nigeria's Approach To Education Means Mental Health Suffers? by OrangeOlamide: 9:09am On Jul 21, 2018
I agree

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Re: Nigeria's Approach To Education Means Mental Health Suffers? by YellowSimba: 9:03pm On Jan 12
You cant force a child to become what they are not meant to become.

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