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Re: Is This Proper In A Private School Settings? by Nasri100(m): 10:22am On May 01
tctrills:

You come out here to blame poor people and call them slaves and you think you are making sense.
If Nairaland was a profile where you made use of your real identity, would you be able to repeat the nonsense you just wrote.


And where on earth did I blame poor people?

Nigeria is already the second poverty capital of the world so poor is not a new word.

I only clearly stated cause I know you can’t read well that people need to start taking steps to ease the burden of their lives especially in an unprogressive country like Nigeria.

First by developing yourself financially before you start having kids and making sure you have kids you can take care of. Not bringing them into this world and subjecting them to more misery and suffering.
Re: Is This Proper In A Private School Settings? by tuzle(m): 10:24am On May 01
Hezmatosky:
Which private school get that kin population in Nigeria? Oga abeg park well angry
the secondary school I attended has it. Sma college oke afa isolo. U can go and confirm.

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Re: Is This Proper In A Private School Settings? by tctrills: 10:24am On May 01
Nasri100:


And where on earth did I blame poor people?

Nigeria is already the second poverty capital of the world so poor is not a new world.

I only stated clearly cause I know you can’t read well that people need to start taking steps to ease the burden of their lives especially in an unprogressive country like Nigeria.

First by developing yourself financially before you start having kids and making sure you have kids you can take care of. Not bringing them into this world and subjecting them to more misery and suffering.

You talk like a child, so naive and you know nothing about life. You will learn.
Re: Is This Proper In A Private School Settings? by Nasri100(m): 10:25am On May 01
tctrills:

You are just another bitter coward with very little to offer. But I am sure you think very highly of yourself.

Bro said I am bitter. You are in a country where the government is choking you everyday. I can bet you don’t even have gas or power in your home right now.

Have you had breakfast?
Re: Is This Proper In A Private School Settings? by 1972xy: 10:26am On May 01
There is a private school in kubwa where teaches are asked to do cleanings. Teachers do the cooking and serve dishes during graduations.
What a school !
Do I blame them? Where government is not giving jobs to teachers .
Teachers have no choice than to comply with their employer .
Re: Is This Proper In A Private School Settings? by tctrills: 10:26am On May 01
Nasri100:


Bro said I am bitter. You are in a country where the government is choking you everyday. I can bet you don’t even have gas or power in your home right now.

Have you had breakfast?
Kids. Just because I understand the plight of the poor doesn't make me poor.
And you are right, I haven't had breakfast. I always skip breakfast.
Re: Is This Proper In A Private School Settings? by tuzle(m): 10:27am On May 01
Abujaexpress:
Your friend or you are a lazy greedy staff. What's wrong in publicising where you work and salary being paid to you? If the school increases and more money, your salary can increase too. We meet in school tomorrow
I have taught In the past before and I know what I can do and can't do, but the one u will tell me to come on public holiday to come and be sharing fliers, is that the job I applied for ni. U are one of all those exploitative employee I am talking about.

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Re: Is This Proper In A Private School Settings? by femi4: 10:28am On May 01
tuzle:
I was discussing with a friend of mine who is a teacher in a private school. I jokingly told him that as par there will be a public holiday tomorrow, that he would have a day rest when work hasn't started yet. That was how he told me that the school asked them to come around tomorrow, that they will be going for publication to distribute fliers around the environment.

Now my problem with this is that this particular school each arm has A to E (for example jss1 A to E) and they have more than 30 students in each class. So I was wondering why they are now troubling their teachers for something that isn't in their job description.

Like why can't the owner employ people to help him do the publication or go to radio or tv station for advert and the fact the teachers won't be paid for what they are doing as it is counter by the owner as part of their work. Is this behavior proper because it kinds of sounds annoying to me working in the sun on a public holiday just because of the owners selfish interest.

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With one man biz, expect nonsense
Re: Is This Proper In A Private School Settings? by Nasri100(m): 10:33am On May 01
tctrills:

Kids. Just because I understand the plight of the poor doesn't make me poor.
And you are right, I haven't had breakfast. I always skip breakfast.

Oh almost day here. I don’t skip breakfast. Should have eggs before work.

Since it’s about the plight of the poor and since you ain’t poor why don’t we do a random giveaway on this page right here for people in need since it’s all about the plight of the poor. It could go a long way instead of all these Cho Cho Cho.

I’d contribute ******* to any Nairaland mod bank account to randomly pick people.

What about you? What you got in the pot?

Cc Seun or any mod let’s really do this!

Edit: I removed amount for obvious reasons.
Re: Is This Proper In A Private School Settings? by immortalcrown(m): 10:35am On May 01
tctrills:

I understand you are talking from your painful experiences. But then others have different experiences from yours. Learn to see beyond your nose.
Different experiences in what sense? I have suffered hardship like or more than many of them. I am not mocking or condemning them. But the fact is that many people willingly enter fire because of desperation and because of peer pressure.
Re: Is This Proper In A Private School Settings? by tctrills: 10:36am On May 01
Nasri100:


Oh almost day here. I don’t skip breakfast. Should have eggs before work.

Since it’s about the plight of the poor and since you ain’t poor why don’t we do a random giveaway on this page right here for people in need since it’s all about the plight of the poor. It could go a long way instead of all these Cho Cho Cho.

I’d contribute N500,000 to any Nairaland mod bank account to randomly pick people.

Cc Seun or any mod let’s really do this!
Really how old are you? You are asking me to inform you of all my acts of charity.
Are you 6 years old?
Again, I would be a fool to do online give away when I know many poor and needy in my community.
But if you are ready with your N500,000, I challenge you, let's come together and do something for the poor in my community. And then you can post it on Nairaland if you want. So challenge accepted.
Re: Is This Proper In A Private School Settings? by tctrills: 10:39am On May 01
immortalcrown:
Different experiences in what sense? I have suffered hardship like or more than many of them. I am not mocking or condemning them. But the fact is that many people willingly enter fire because of desperation and because of peer pressure.
So give a straight forward answer. If I was jobless and hungry and I got an employment letter from one of such schools and I came to you for advice, would you tell me to remain hungry or would you ask me to accept the job.
Re: Is This Proper In A Private School Settings? by comtem2011: 10:41am On May 01
MrBrownJay1:
if you accept to be exploited by your employer, then why wont that same yeye employer treat you like a slave? next they will ask him to come and deep clean the school on weekends, right?
You are very right. There's one school in lugbe Abuja here, it's the teachers that use to beat the drum for pupils at the assembly ground every morning. Female teachers for that matter o. And the school is by the road side.

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Re: Is This Proper In A Private School Settings? by Gerrard59(m): 10:41am On May 01
Nasri100:


As usual the slave mentality continues. That is why your country is a hell hole.

“See your kids go hungry”? Maybe you should have developed yourself first so your kids won’t be at the mercy of a Nigerian boss that doesn’t give a damn about your well being and continue to exploit you till you can no longer breathe.

If “child support payment” was mandatory in Nigeria, some of you wouldn’t be breeding kids like rats.

Slave.

Una get mouth o grin grin grin shocked grin

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Re: Is This Proper In A Private School Settings? by Nasri100(m): 10:41am On May 01
tctrills:

Really how old are you? You are asking me to inform you of all my acts of charity.
Are you 6 years old?
Again, I would be a fool to do online give away when I know many poor and needy in my community.
But if you are ready with your N500,000, I challenge you, let's come together and do something for the poor in my community. And then you can post it on Nairaland if you want. So challenge accepted.


Where on earth did I ask you to state your acts of charity?

This little man syndrome, relax. Ain’t no need to get worked up.

No you ain’t a fool to want to do online giveaways. Maybe you can’t afford it. You can always do online giveaways and in your community. I do that too, no big deal. You can help people from any medium you choose.

I’m not in Africa and I don’t know you in person or your community.

You tagged me on Nairaland and that’s the only safe and neutral place to do it.

Are you interested and how much you got in?
Re: Is This Proper In A Private School Settings? by immortalcrown(m): 10:43am On May 01
tctrills:

So give a straight forward answer. If I was jobless and hungry and I got an employment letter from one of such schools and I came to you for advice, would you tell me to remain hungry or would you ask me to accept the job.
If I know or suspect that the organisation has a bad management and doesn't pay well, I will advise you to reject the job. I myself have done it many times.
Re: Is This Proper In A Private School Settings? by tctrills: 10:46am On May 01
Nasri100:



Where on earth did I ask you to state your acts of charity?

This little man syndrome, relax. Ain’t no need to get worked up.

No you ain’t a fool to want to do online giveaways. Maybe you can’t afford it. You can always do online giveaways and in your community. I do that too, no big deal. You can help people from any medium you choose.

I’m not in Africa and I don’t know you in person or your community.

You tagged me on Nairaland and that’s the only safe and neutral place to do it.

Are you interested and how much you got in?
Oga, everyone can afford to give something. Now are you in this to boast or are you interested in helping?
If you are about helping, then get someone you trust to represent you and we go to the hospital in my community and pay the bills of poor patients. This sounds to me like a wonderful idea.
You bring 500,000 and I equal the amount. Now you really don't have an excuse here.
Your rep could even make a video about it.
Re: Is This Proper In A Private School Settings? by tctrills: 10:49am On May 01
immortalcrown:
If I know or suspect that the organisation has a bad management and doesn't pay well, I will advise you to reject the job. I myself have done it many times.
Ok, we don't think the same way. I never advise people to stay hungry and keep begging until God provides the job of their dreams. Anyway I respect the fact that we think differently and we don't need to agree.
We could do it today being workers day if you want. No need to waste time.
Re: Is This Proper In A Private School Settings? by Nasri100(m): 10:52am On May 01
tctrills:

Oga, everyone can afford to give something. Now are you in this to boast or are you interested in helping?
If you are about helping, then get someone you trust to represent you and we go to the hospital in my community and pay the bills of poor patients. This sounds to me like a wonderful idea.
You bring 500,000 and I equal the amount. Now you really don't have an excuse here.
Your rep could even make a video about it.

Since you don’t want a Nairaland giveaway we would do it in a neutral location in Nigeria.

Somewhere we both don’t have jurisdiction so it’s only fair and neutral.

Where you based in Nigeria? My family home is in Lagos so any giveaway in Lagos is out.

Waiting for your response.
Re: Is This Proper In A Private School Settings? by tuzle(m): 10:52am On May 01
immortalcrown:
If I know or suspect that the organisation has a bad management and doesn't pay well, I will advise you to reject the job. I myself have done it many times.
I support u, u don't have to stay in a place that isn't good for u all because of chicken change. There are schools that pay graduate less than 25k and will still be giving them difficult tasks, as a man if u take that kind of job just because u want to feed urself, then u are not serious.

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Re: Is This Proper In A Private School Settings? by owolabi5: 10:52am On May 01
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Re: Is This Proper In A Private School Settings? by Hafeezuao: 10:55am On May 01
The picture above isn't a private school but government school in the stateof virtues "Osun State"
Re: Is This Proper In A Private School Settings? by ChiefOkporghe: 10:57am On May 01
Tallesty1:
Workers play a part in workplace exploitation too. It is why I don't pity them sometimes.

Think about it: you won't get a 10k per month salary if you didn't accept a 10k per month job.
In Nigeria, someone will get hired as a security guard, first day at work, he will be asked to wash cars and he'll do it without complaint. The day after, he will be told to trim flowers, soon he will be doing that for everyone there, thereby taking away job opportunities from car washers and gardeners. But when he complains about his boss being unfair, he will forget he is part of the problem too. He is the reason a gardener somewhere is jobless.

Nobody will use anybody if we all stick to what our job entails, but no, you wan prove say you dey hardworking pass Esau
Re: Is This Proper In A Private School Settings? by ChiefOkporghe: 11:07am On May 01
immortalcrown:
What the school is doing is wrong.

But when you are in Rome, be a Roman. Your friend chose a school that has an exploitative management. Your friend should comply or resign.

Most of us help to create the avenue for our exploitation. Those who accept to work in badly-structured organisations are part of the problem. The school didn't force the friend to work in the school. If you willingly accept to work in such an organisation, don't complain.

There is something called unhealthy competition. Job hunters in Nigeria do it a lot. They see an organisation that has a bad management. They rush to work for the organisation and later complain. Their rush and the desperation they show even make those organisations to feel like gods. That's why those organisations don't even pay well because they know that many are desperate to take the jobs.

I know that life is hard. But if you make up your mind to accept a job in a bad organisation, also make up your mind to bear the consequences.

I am an orphan. My parents died poor. Nothing like inherited wealth for me. I lost interest in state universities and state polygenics because they are more corrupt than private and federal schools. I suffered for 10 years before I got an opportunity to attend a good university. But during the 10 years, many people around me complained about what they were facing in state schools. Each time I reminded them that they knew the school system before they accepted the school, they claimed I was very privileged. A few of them that know my background could not make the same claim, but they simply said, "Not everybody thinks like you".

I graduated last year. I am still searching for a job. But I have rejected 3 jobs because of the structures of those organisations and for the fact that they don't pay well. Some people claim I have pride. Those are the type of People that will accept the jobs, complain about the poor salary and the bad management. Yet, they will attack me when I blame them for accepting the job. This is also the mentality many of you use in marriages. You choose an incompatible partner or marry when you are not ready. You do this because of societal pressure. Then, you complain in the marriage.

If you don't want to frustrate yourself, be patient in life. After my secondary school, I waited for 10 years before I could get admission to a university. But I entered and graduated from a good university that has at least upgraded my life in terms of knowledge. I graduated last year. Because of that university, I got my passport and have visited a few African countries. If I had attended those public schools and complained like you people, I would have graduated many years ago. But I doubt if I could have travelled out of Nigeria by now.

Those who came up with the proverb that a patient dog eats the fatest bone are right. I attended a very poor public primary school. I attended a very bad public secondary school, where teachers hardly entered classes. If you check my history on this forum, you may come across a comment where I stated that the three senior classes in the secondary school I attended had only one Maths teacher who entered my class only four times in 3 years. The teacher entered my class twice in my SS1, once in my SS2 and once in my SS3.
Re: Is This Proper In A Private School Settings? by erico2k2(m): 11:09am On May 01
tuzle:
I was discussing with a friend of mine who is a teacher in a private school. I jokingly told him that as par there will be a public holiday tomorrow, that he would have a day rest when work hasn't started yet. That was how he told me that the school asked them to come around tomorrow, that they will be going for publication to distribute fliers around the environment.

Now my problem with this is that this particular school each arm has A to E (for example jss1 A to E) and they have more than 30 students in each class. So I was wondering why they are now troubling their teachers for something that isn't in their job description.

Like why can't the owner employ people to help him do the publication or go to radio or tv station for advert and the fact the teachers won't be paid for what they are doing as it is counter by the owner as part of their work. Is this behavior proper because it kinds of sounds annoying to me working in the sun on a public holiday just because of the owners selfish interest.

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They are paid monthly so are recquired to work monthly,reason been they are working in the private sector.
Re: Is This Proper In A Private School Settings? by tctrills: 11:09am On May 01
Nasri100:


Since you don’t want a Nairaland giveaway we would do it in a neutral location in Nigeria.

Somewhere we both don’t have jurisdiction so it’s only fair and neutral.

Where you based in Nigeria? My family home is in Lagos so any giveaway in Lagos is out.

Waiting for your response.
I don't stay in Nigeria so Lagos is perfect for me. Let's do something in one of the government hospitals.
Re: Is This Proper In A Private School Settings? by sprints1: 11:14am On May 01
tuzle:
I was discussing with a friend of mine who is a teacher in a private school. I jokingly told him that as par there will be a public holiday tomorrow, that he would have a day rest when work hasn't started yet. That was how he told me that the school asked them to come around tomorrow, that they will be going for publication to distribute fliers around the environment.

Now my problem with this is that this particular school each arm has A to E (for example jss1 A to E) and they have more than 30 students in each class. So I was wondering why they are now troubling their teachers for something that isn't in their job description.

Like why can't the owner employ people to help him do the publication or go to radio or tv station for advert and the fact the teachers won't be paid for what they are doing as it is counter by the owner as part of their work. Is this behavior proper because it kinds of sounds annoying to me working in the sun on a public holiday just because of the owners selfish interest.

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no private school can try nonsense with me ooo... They know me the ones I have taught know me I no go even come school that day... Nonsense make them do their worst and comot salary nonsense

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Re: Is This Proper In A Private School Settings? by Nasri100(m): 11:14am On May 01
tctrills:

I don't stay in Nigeria so Lagos is perfect for me. Let's do something in one of the government hospitals.

Lagos State University Teaching Hospital (LASUTH).

I have a representative to go the hospital first thing tomorrow morning. What about you?

Cc Seun cc Mods
Re: Is This Proper In A Private School Settings? by tctrills: 11:17am On May 01
Nasri100:


Lagos State University Teaching Hospital (LASUTH).

I have a representative to go the hospital first thing tomorrow morning. What about you?

Cc Seun cc Mods
I was thinking more of orile agege general hospital but your idea is perfect. But then I prefer we do it today because my representative will have to work tomorrow. Give me the number of your rep and I will give you mine.
Then we 4 will create a Whatsapp group to monitor all communications.
Re: Is This Proper In A Private School Settings? by tuzle(m): 11:19am On May 01
erico2k2:

They are paid monthly so are recquired to work monthly,reason been they are working in the private sector.
I am not disputing the fact that they have to work monthly, but today is a public holiday. U employed them as teachers not marketers and even if u want them to do such work, why not make it during working hours, why must it be on a public holiday?
Re: Is This Proper In A Private School Settings? by erico2k2(m): 11:21am On May 01
tuzle:
I am not disputing the fact that they have to work monthly, but today is a public holiday. U employed them as teachers not marketers and even if u want them to do such work, why not make it during working hours, why must it be on a public holiday?
Public holidays are for civil servants by default, there is nowhere i n law that mandates private companies to observe public hoiday. But I get your point. Even some bankers will go to work during public holidays. Doctors and nurses and other emergency services go to work during public holidays!
Re: Is This Proper In A Private School Settings? by Fujiyama: 11:23am On May 01
GreatVocalist:
This is a bit acceptable. On one of the teachers' platform on Facebook, a member said his proprietress mandated all the teachers to attend her church.

It's crazy how some employers behave like they own their employees and can make them do whatever they want.

^^^
grin

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