Singer Simi questions the point of going to school

Singer Simi questions the point of going to school

- Talented Nigerian singer, Simisola Ogunleye, recently took to social media to share her thoughts about the country’s educational system

- According to her, the system is in shambles and most people cannot remember what they are taught after leaving school

- Simi said people spend years learning something they don’t care about only to leave school and do something totally different

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Education is no doubt an important factor in the lives of most people and it has even been described by many as the key to success.

Despite the rosiness of how education has been made to seem, a great number of people, particularly in Nigeria, end up deviating from what they studied in school to make ends meet.

Just recently, talented Nigerian singer, Simi, took to social media via her Instastory to speak on the education system.

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According to the Duduke crooner, educational system is in shambles. She explained further by saying that most people cannot remember what they were taught in school despite spending so many years there.

Simi continued that a great number of people have potential and talent that they do not tap into because they feel it is not prestigious enough and it leads to them spending years learning something they do not care about.

By extension, they forget everything they learned and end up doing something totally different with their lives. Simi ended the post by asking what the point was and who did this to us.

See a screenshot of her post below:

Singer Simi questions the point of going to school

Singer Simi questions the point of education. Photo: @symplysimi / IG.
Source: Instagram

In other news, reported that Simi recently took to social media to apologise to the LGBTQ community after making homophobic comments in the past.

Apparently, Simi who hosts a Youtube show called Stoopid Sessions had hinted at being homophobic after saying that “it just doesn’t seem natural to me.”

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She also said: “They say they’re born that way, but I haven’t seen any biological proof.”

Well, she has apologised for her statements in a new post shared on Twitter. The Duduke crooner said that nobody deserves hate like the LGBTQ community is often given and that nobody deserves to live in fear like they do.

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