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Re: Lagos Collapsed Building: Private School Not Registered - Associations by 9jaRealist: 3:34am On Mar 14
dollytino4real:
God save us from all evils

AMEN!
Re: Lagos Collapsed Building: Private School Not Registered - Associations by 9jaRealist: 3:38am On Mar 14
rentAcock:
So what if the school was never registered, what does it have to do with the collapsed building? What exactly is the requirement for registering if not to pay a large fee every year? The owner was very smart, he chose to save his money instead. What i'm perplexed about is how all those guys in this picture have flat tummy and 6 packs, is it hunger or is it from their daily activities? I go to the gym 5 days a week, do push up, lift dumbell, do squats, do dead lift, do crunches and I still have no 6 pack. Maybe its not in my genes. Do you know that in 1994, Rashidi Yekini became the first player to score in the worldcup where Nigeria defeated Bulgaria 3-0?

Presumably registration would require an inspection of the school’s physical facilities, and assuming the inspection reveals the school is situated in a suspect building then perhaps it would be denied registration which hopefully would cause it to relocate.

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Re: Lagos Collapsed Building: Private School Not Registered - Associations by 9jaRealist: 3:42am On Mar 14
hardeyborwarley:
I stay in the same Street with the building (collapsed) the fault is with the government agency responsible for marking weak structures and demolition cos they didn't follow up after the building has been marked for more than two years

Sometimes when the Building Control Agency shows up to demolish/close down buildings or building sites, people in the neighborhood fight them.
Re: Lagos Collapsed Building: Private School Not Registered - Associations by 9jaRealist: 3:45am On Mar 14
mrAMG2:
How does that stop a building from collapsing??

Nigerians and misplaced priorities

While it may not stop the building itself from collapsing, it may stop the location of a school in the building.

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Re: Lagos Collapsed Building: Private School Not Registered - Associations by rentAcock(m): 4:22am On Mar 14
9jaRealist:


Presumably registration would require an inspection of the school’s physical facilities, and assuming the inspection reveals the school is situated in a suspect building then perhaps it would be denied registration which hopefully would cause it to relocate.

Good point.
Re: Lagos Collapsed Building: Private School Not Registered - Associations by Acheem407: 4:52am On Mar 14
The idiots in the ministry of education collecting bribe without checking qc of the building should all be bring to the book. I'm tired of hearing all this bad news!

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Re: Lagos Collapsed Building: Private School Not Registered - Associations by chimeziedickson: 5:58am On Mar 14
Sign of a failed state.Spits..
Re: Lagos Collapsed Building: Private School Not Registered - Associations by alphaNomega: 6:14am On Mar 14
flourishing247:


Registration is not the key thing. Government needs to stop accepting bribe to approve schools. They collect money and look the other way. Don't be surprised the school is registered in Education ministry. It's a sad situation. We need an overhaul in this country. Money speaks

There's no way that school is government approved! If it is please quote me with evidence, I stand to be corrected.
Re: Lagos Collapsed Building: Private School Not Registered - Associations by tunnarsy(m): 6:27am On Mar 14
This is to solicit from the public that there are urgent needs of several voluntary blood donations toward saving lives of pupils in the collapsed building in ita faji lagos island, lagos.Volunteers can visit 5th floor,Island maternity,Lagos.Kindly spread the message to safe lives of these innocent leaders and humanity
Re: Lagos Collapsed Building: Private School Not Registered - Associations by Aleliberty(m): 6:37am On Mar 14
We need the footage of how it happens from the government...... Its sad we can't get it
Re: Lagos Collapsed Building: Private School Not Registered - Associations by martineverest(m): 6:48am On Mar 14
EmpressT:
Ooop! Ok. Thanks for the info. Some bloggers don't get their facts right rather they report lies to draw massive attention and to get more income. It is well.
I knew it was false....cos it's difficult to get such info as such a short intervals
Re: Lagos Collapsed Building: Private School Not Registered - Associations by luluosas(m): 6:49am On Mar 14
It is high time government fix our decaying educational system and close down all these mushrooms private schools endangering the lives of children across Nigeria.
Re: Lagos Collapsed Building: Private School Not Registered - Associations by Perpetual97(f): 7:27am On Mar 14
rentAcock:
So what if the school was never registered, what does it have to do with the collapsed building? What exactly is the requirement for registering if not to pay a large fee every year? The owner was very smart, he chose to save his money instead. What i'm perplexed about is how all those guys in this picture have flat tummy and 6 packs, is it hunger or is it from their daily activities? I go to the gym 5 days a week, do push up, lift dumbell, do squats, do dead lift, do crunches and I still have no 6 pack. Maybe its not in my genes. Do you know that in 1994, Rashidi Yekini became the first player to score in the worldcup where Nigeria defeated Bulgaria 3-0?
they are looking for who to pin point the blame on, lol six packs is over hyped joor. Just have a slim fit body, that's what I like . lol you have a good sense of humor by the.way.

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Re: Lagos Collapsed Building: Private School Not Registered - Associations by vickkydot(m): 8:08am On Mar 14
Who know if they are being giving rebate every year.
Miki22:
We have thousands of unregistered private schools in Nigeria today.
They just get 3-5 teachers(SSCE holder) rent 3 rooms or other cheap alternatives and start having students.
The Ministry of Education in each state needs to do a lot work for our nation.
Re: Lagos Collapsed Building: Private School Not Registered - Associations by ericmor: 8:27am On Mar 14
rentAcock:
So what if the school was never registered, what does it have to do with the collapsed building? What exactly is the requirement for registering if not to pay a large fee every year? The owner was very smart, he chose to save his money instead. What i'm perplexed about is how all those guys in this picture have flat tummy and 6 packs, is it hunger or is it from their daily activities? I go to the gym 5 days a week, do push up, lift dumbell, do squats, do dead lift, do crunches and I still have no 6 pack. Maybe its not in my genes. Do you know that in 1994, Rashidi Yekini became the first player to score in the worldcup where Nigeria defeated Bulgaria 3-0?

You are lazy and eat a lot which is y u don’t have 6pack
Re: Lagos Collapsed Building: Private School Not Registered - Associations by ericmor: 8:32am On Mar 14
Perpetual97:
they are looking for who to pin point the blame on, lol six packs is over hyped joor. Just have a slim fit body, that's what I like . lol you have a good sense of humor by the.way.

Would have love to meet u if u are in lag but is so unfortunate that u are Abuja babe and wouldn’t want u to be like a girl that travelled for 6hrs abi na 7hrs she talk self only to get 7mint sex
Re: Lagos Collapsed Building: Private School Not Registered - Associations by oluwatodimu1(m): 8:33am On Mar 14
rentAcock:
So what if the school was never registered, what does it have to do with the collapsed building? What exactly is the requirement for registering if not to pay a large fee every year? The owner was very smart, he chose to save his money instead. What i'm perplexed about is how all those guys in this picture have flat tummy and 6 packs, is it hunger or is it from their daily activities? I go to the gym 5 days a week, do push up, lift dumbell, do squats, do dead lift, do crunches and I still have no 6 pack. Maybe its not in my genes. Do you know that in 1994, Rashidi Yekini became the first player to score in the worldcup where Nigeria defeated Bulgaria 3-0?
As if they request "building structure test" as part of their requirements. All these associations shift position once their members have problems

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Re: Lagos Collapsed Building: Private School Not Registered - Associations by ericmor: 8:37am On Mar 14
alphaNomega:


There's no way that school is government approved! If it is please quote me with evidence, I stand to be corrected.

Watin government no fit approve? As far as u can bribe your way. Abi Dstv and the disco no be government approved
Re: Lagos Collapsed Building: Private School Not Registered - Associations by one4GOD(f): 8:42am On Mar 14
unclesoyo:
The Association for Formidable Educational Development (AFED) and National Association of Proprietors of Private Schools (NAPPS) – have denied associations with Ohen Private Nursery and Primary School, the school within the collapsed building on Massey Street, Lagos Island.

National President AFED, the umbrella group of private schools that serve the low-income members of the society, Mr. Emmanuel Orji, told The Nation that the group had no records of the school’s membership.



https://lailasnews.com/lagos-collapsed-building-private-school-not-registered-associations

I don't get it. is it that the school was not registered or that a building collapsed and people including students died? why do we always lose focus when things happen in this country. whether the school was registered or not, would that have stopped the building from collapsing? this country sef.

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Re: Lagos Collapsed Building: Private School Not Registered - Associations by Strat632(m): 9:09am On Mar 14
dingbang:
Parents should make it a point of duty to demand registration certificates from schools they intend to send their wards to inorder to avoid issues that touch.
Abeg no vex oooo,na ask i just want ask oooo... if this school was registered what will have happened, stop d building from collapsing or bring back d dead kids?
Lot of nonsense structure inside that Lagos island such that if u are sound engineer u will be scared of staying around there....
Re: Lagos Collapsed Building: Private School Not Registered - Associations by flourishing247: 9:22am On Mar 14
alphaNomega:


There's no way that school is government approved! If it is please quote me with evidence, I stand to be corrected.

I don't have evidence but trust me you will be shocked at the number of approved schools that are not qualified to be approved.
Re: Lagos Collapsed Building: Private School Not Registered - Associations by mrAMG2: 9:31am On Mar 14
9jaRealist:


While it may not stop the building itself from collapsing, it may stop the location of a school in the building.

Rather than fight to make the building structurally sound, y’all are fighting for school permits.

Asides the school children involved, other tenants of the building are expendable then, is that what you’re saying?
Re: Lagos Collapsed Building: Private School Not Registered - Associations by kernniejay(m): 11:20am On Mar 14
rentAcock:
So what if the school was never registered, what does it have to do with the collapsed building? What exactly is the requirement for registering if not to pay a large fee every year? The owner was very smart, he chose to save his money instead. What i'm perplexed about is how all those guys in this picture have flat tummy and 6 packs, is it hunger or is it from their daily activities? I go to the gym 5 days a week, do push up, lift dumbell, do squats, do dead lift, do crunches and I still have no 6 pack. Maybe its not in my genes. Do you know that in 1994, Rashidi Yekini became the first player to score in the worldcup where Nigeria defeated Bulgaria 3-0?
rentAcock, why don't you allow Rashidi Yekini to rest in peace? Many Nigerian players have scored in the World Cup after him so what's all the fuss? Yes he deserved a good remembrance but not by repeating the same line about him in every thread you come across in Nairaland. It is by giving him a worthy memorial, e.g. naming a stadium after him or establishing a football academy in his name.
Re: Lagos Collapsed Building: Private School Not Registered - Associations by EmpressT(f): 11:57am On Mar 14
Absolutely my friend. It's too expensive to believe such news is true. Hmmm
martineverest:
I knew it was false....cos it's difficult to get such info as such a short intervals
Re: Lagos Collapsed Building: Private School Not Registered - Associations by rentAcock(m): 12:51pm On Mar 14
kernniejay:

rentAcock, why don't you allow Rashidi Yekini to rest in peace? Many Nigerian players have scored in the World Cup after him so what's all the fuss? Yes he deserved a good remembrance but not by repeating the same line about him in every thread you come across in Nairaland. It is by giving him a worthy memorial, e.g. naming a stadium after him or establishing a football academy in his name.

And that's the ultimate goal, if I have the money to erect structures in his name, I would.
Re: Lagos Collapsed Building: Private School Not Registered - Associations by rentAcock(m): 12:59pm On Mar 14
Perpetual97:
they are looking for who to pin point the blame on, lol six packs is over hyped joor. Just have a slim fit body, that's what I like . lol you have a good sense of humor by the.way.

Lol, thanks dear smiley
Re: Lagos Collapsed Building: Private School Not Registered - Associations by 9jaRealist: 9:47pm On Mar 14
mrAMG2:
Rather than fight to make the building structurally sound, y’all are fighting for school permits.

Asides the school children involved, other tenants of the building are expendable then, is that what you’re saying?

Both are not mutually-exclusive...
But there is absolutely no reason to expose innocent school kids to that danger at all. Not one!

And while each and every life is invaluable...
The loss of a lesser number of innocent lives is ALWAYS BETTER than the loss of a greater number of innocent lives.
Re: Lagos Collapsed Building: Private School Not Registered - Associations by 9jaRealist: 9:57pm On Mar 14
one4GOD:
I don't get it. is it that the school was not registered or that a building collapsed and people including students died? why do we always lose focus when things happen in this country. whether the school was registered or not, would that have stopped the building from collapsing? this country sef.

Why do some of you persist with this argument? If a registration requires an inspection of the school’s facilities, and upon such inspection it reveals the structural inadequacies of the building it would at the very least put all parties on notice. The school will not be situated in the building, and the landlord may be compelled to take corrective measures or risk losing the other tenants as well who would now be on notice.

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