Primary school pupils go viral as pictures of their SUG election campaign emerge

Primary school pupils go viral as pictures of their SUG election campaign emerge

- Some pupils of an Abuja primary school are being introduced to school politics at an early stage

- The pupils have become online sensation when pictures of their Student Union Government (SUG) election went viral on social media

- The pupils are trying to win the hearts of fellow pupils through their campaign, which has seen a parent of one of the prospective candidates buying extra water dispenser for all classes

Some pupils of an Abuja primary school have got people talking shortly after pictures of their school’s Student Union Government (SUG) election campaign went viral on social media.

The pictures of the SUG election campaign was shared by a Facebook user identified as Brian, Gistreel reports.

Legit.ng gathers that Brian said one of the prospective candidates' parent bought extra water dispenser for all classes, while another pupil took the campaign to a radio station.

Below is Brian's post and pictures of the campaign:

Abuja primary school pupils go viral with their SUG election campaign (photos)
Brian's post on Facebook. Photo credit: Gistreel
Source: UGC

Abuja primary school pupils go viral with their SUG election campaign (photos)
The pupils have become online sensation when pictures of their Student Union Government (SUG) election went viral on social media. Photo credit: Brian
Source: UGC

Abuja primary school pupils go viral with their SUG election campaign (photos)
Election campaign banners. Photo credit: Brian
Source: UGC

In other news, the Nigerian students at the University of Arkansas have done what may be the first of its kind by holding an event that gave their American host community the opportunity to experience the National Youth Service Corps (NYSC).

The disclosure was made on Tuesday, February 4, by a PhD student of the institution, Nnamdi Ezike.

He tweeted: "The Nigerian students at the University of Arkansas on Saturday, 01/01/20, held an event that gave our American host community the opportunity to experience the NYSC.

"We re-enacted the NYSC experience; camp drills, mammy market, parades..."

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Meanwhile, Legit.ng previously reported that 40 members of the National Youth Service Corps (NYSC) serving at the Kano/Jigawa area command of the Nigeria Customs Service paid the WAEC fees of no fewer than 50 indigent students in Kano.

According to the Corps Liaison Officer (CLO), Comrade Akin-Ola Emmanuel, the gesture was aimed at assisting Kano indigent students.

The receipt of payment to the tune of N697,500 was handed to the Kano state commissioner for education, Malam Muhammad Sanusi Sa’id Kiru, at a ceremony held on Monday, March 3.

The commissioner, who was represented by the permanent secretary of the ministry, Hajiya Lauratu Ado Diso, called on beneficiaries to come out in flying colours to appreciate the corps members' kind gesture.

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