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Re: COVID-19: First Bank To Solve Education Challenges Facing Parents by HsLBroker(m): 7:53pm On Mar 26
e-learning is the future of education
Re: COVID-19: First Bank To Solve Education Challenges Facing Parents by Hypocrit: 7:53pm On Mar 26
Nothing special, same as before COVID. Any initiative that don't favours the rural dwellers i don't value much, especially in this era we are.
Re: COVID-19: First Bank To Solve Education Challenges Facing Parents by tammie24: 7:54pm On Mar 26
Way to go
Re: COVID-19: First Bank To Solve Education Challenges Facing Parents by rumomonga(m): 7:55pm On Mar 26
lighteast:
Please I need a job and I reside around Awka, I am a student but no money to go back, Any work will be appreciated, thanks.

Go back to where?
Re: COVID-19: First Bank To Solve Education Challenges Facing Parents by philfearon(m): 7:58pm On Mar 26
southniyikaye:
from the first comment to this very you, una no well, what's with the space booking?
Lol... It's to have time to post a front page comment, seeing as most people won't read beyond the first page.

grin
Re: COVID-19: First Bank To Solve Education Challenges Facing Parents by qanda: 8:05pm On Mar 26
ursullalinda:
That will be good if implemented..... but the rich and average families will be the beneficiaries.......most children from humble backgrounds don't know how to operate the internet.
This is not true.
Re: COVID-19: First Bank To Solve Education Challenges Facing Parents by 4words: 8:06pm On Mar 26
I have never seen a bank as stingy as firstbank. All they care about is collecting from the people and hardly give back. And when they eventually try to give back, it is tailored towards the rich.

This their so called intervention is obviously tailored towards the rich kids. How many of our children have access to the Internet or know how to operate an e-platform.

We are fighting to stay alive and all they could come up with as intervention is how the children are going to read. Read with empty stomach? This is just dumb and stingy like.

They need to learn to do better.

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Re: COVID-19: First Bank To Solve Education Challenges Facing Parents by lighteast: 8:31pm On Mar 26
rumomonga:


Go back to where?
To my place.
Re: COVID-19: First Bank To Solve Education Challenges Facing Parents by lighteast: 8:32pm On Mar 26
rumomonga:


Go back to where?
To my state, I just want to stay back and work, don't want to be a burden to anyone at home.
Re: COVID-19: First Bank To Solve Education Challenges Facing Parents by Merciful77: 8:33pm On Mar 26
My elephant bank. Lol.
Re: COVID-19: First Bank To Solve Education Challenges Facing Parents by biggy26: 8:33pm On Mar 26
qanda:
There are quite a number of indigenous firms providing EdTech solution. I hope the organization mentioned here is not a foreign company.

We at Q and A App are in talks with an Indigenous firm to provide curriculum tailored videos for all Senior secondary School subjects/topics. Talks have reached advanced stage and we are putting measures in place to make it available by April 2020.

Meanwhile, WAEC, NECO, NABTEB, JUPEB, JAMB study materials, past questions and answers including marking scheme for NECO exams are available for FREE at the O'level section of Q and A App.

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If this is what you say it is, well done bro!

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Re: COVID-19: First Bank To Solve Education Challenges Facing Parents by Ademat7(m): 8:37pm On Mar 26
philfearon:
E-learning for this indomie generation that is only good at posting pictures all day on Facebook and abusing substances?

First Bank should channel that effort into seeking out people that can barely afford to go a day without working in other to find food to eat please! Education can wait, life first.
This is the mindset of those who destroyed this nation, expand your horizon
Re: COVID-19: First Bank To Solve Education Challenges Facing Parents by qanda: 8:38pm On Mar 26
biggy26:

If this is what you say it is, well done bro!

Thank you! We invite you to be part of Q and A App.

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Re: COVID-19: First Bank To Solve Education Challenges Facing Parents by Derrinclay: 8:40pm On Mar 26
Re: COVID-19: First Bank To Solve Education Challenges Facing Parents by Onebottle: 8:54pm On Mar 26
SultanOfPuna:
Where is that 16 year old Feminist on nairaland..
Let her come let's collaborate, I can act as her father and we split the money 80/20
You blv that gal is 16
Re: COVID-19: First Bank To Solve Education Challenges Facing Parents by Bigdreamers: 8:56pm On Mar 26
dawnomike:
A welcome development...
Welcomed

Thank me later
Re: COVID-19: First Bank To Solve Education Challenges Facing Parents by dingbang(m): 9:07pm On Mar 26
edoairways:

That is part of your bank's CSR expect more patronage later on f
its normal. Has edo airways done her own CSR? grin grin
Re: COVID-19: First Bank To Solve Education Challenges Facing Parents by InfoMall123: 10:23pm On Mar 26
Great idea! As a parent, I have already found the best solution for the kids....curriculum based video lessons for kids in JSS1 to JSS3. The most impressive thing is the solution doesn't require internet to watch the videos once you purchase the memory (SD) card.

It is available on Google Play Store (https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.esoft.courses&hl=en_US).

Re: COVID-19: First Bank To Solve Education Challenges Facing Parents by MYHUBBY(m): 11:19pm On Mar 26
useless bank. my money was debited during this sit at home nonsense. I called them, mail them. I was told 7 working days despite explaining my plight, what it takes gtbank to refund back within few days


they lack customer relations, very useless bank
Re: COVID-19: First Bank To Solve Education Challenges Facing Parents by Logba: 4:16am On Mar 27
Firstbank just playing to the gallery. E- learning as solution for COVID-19 at this time by an organization like firstbank ? e-learning is has always been available free of charge before COVID-19. YouTube provides on-ljne education materials free of charge .
Come to think of it, how many common citizens in Nigeria have access to the internet? At this time when Nigerian are forced to stay at home without means of survival, when we are scared about hospital facities available in the country to deal with the pandemic in case of outbreak( God forbid). Please go and check what organizations in countries of the world are contributing to the nation's they operate and beyond to help fight the problem. Only Jack Ma donated medical materials running into several billion of dollars to African countries to help at this time.Even individual Nigerians are riding up to the responsibility. Firstbank e-learning for covid-19 relief , haba!! This is what happens when you have very wicked and unpatriotic people at the leadership of organizations. This is a bank that has been sitting on free goverment and peoples money for many years. E-learning as solution for covid -19 by Firstbank ? this is unthinkable. God helps Nigeria.
Re: COVID-19: First Bank To Solve Education Challenges Facing Parents by drsyd: 7:27am On Mar 27
Audio talk. They are looking for where to gain...
Re: COVID-19: First Bank To Solve Education Challenges Facing Parents by berepiki: 9:38am On Mar 27
sochey:
Why can't they have classes online sad
Rhemabotics has started online classes since last year....see video below

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SEUeWrwuGhE&t=354s

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