We cannot afford to send kids to elite schools our parents sent us - Nigerian man laments

We cannot afford to send kids to elite schools our parents sent us - Nigerian man laments

A concerned Nigerian citizen has come out to bare his mind on happenings in the country especially at it concerns the state of living of citizens and the rate at which elites are seeking greener pastures abroad.

The man identified as David Hundeyin shared his concerns in a series of posts shared on the micro blogging platform, Twitter.

He started off by noting that his observations were piqued after he attended an Alumni gathering and he could not stop but realize how lucky and well-to-do everyone in the gathering was. Yet, many have taken to jetting out of Nigeria to enjoy their lives in other countries.

“I attended my secondary school alumni meeting yesterday and I felt really, really sad about Nigeria. Bear in mind this is Atlantic Hall we're talking about, so pretty much all of us won the birth lottery to begin with. But everybody is leaving Nigeria. This is not a drill.” he said.

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In a following tweet, Hundeyin expressed that when everyone present at the gathering sat down to talk, there was only a unifying thought that many who were present shared. A thought that begged the question as to why they left their thriving careers to come back to their country, Nigeria.

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As to why many among these set of people have resorted to leaving the county, Hundeyin disclosed that they decided to take the option of relocation because of the high tuition fees that was considered as overbearing compared to what they paid back in the days.

The concerned citizen continued in his out-pour by noting that if people considered as the elite class could no longer afford to remain in the country because they are getting poorer, then what would be the fate of other citizens.

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He concluded his post by posing a series of questions as to what will become the state of the country if every professional takes the option of travelling out to seek better lives for themselves.

See his tweets below:

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