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Nigerian man exposes food vendor in charge of the school feeding programme who failed to feed students

Nigerian man exposes food vendor in charge of the school feeding programme who failed to feed students

- A Nigerian man has exposed a food vendor who is in charge of school feeding programme in his local government

- The man alleged that the food vendor had given students little food in other to take the rest home with her

- He also claimed to have video and photo evidence to back up his allegations

Odudu Johnson, a Nigerian Twitter user has taken to social media to expose a food vendor under the school feeding programme. The man identified the food vendor in charge of a school in his local government.

The young man had alleged that the food vendor had failed to feed the students properly by giving them little. He also claimed that the food vendor had taken the rest of the food home with her leaving the students hungry.

According to him, he had accused the food vendor, forcing her to share the rest of the food to the children. He also advised people to stand up for what they believe in.

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The tweet got the attention of the National Home-Grown School Feeding Programme (NHGSFP) on Twitter. The NHGSFP asked the Twitter user to share the local government area and name of the school affected.

Johnson replied, revealing the local government and school name as QIC primary school, Ika local government in Akwa Ibom state.

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The feeding programme was developed to make sure less-privileged students are well fed in school.

Meanwhile, In October, Legit.ng had earlier reported that Nigeria’s vice president, Professor Yemi Osinbajo, revealed that over $183 million was invested in the National School Feeding Programme.

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