Nigerians react to photo of student going to school with a stove frame to be used as a chair

Nigerians react to photo of student going to school with a stove frame to be used as a chair

- Photo of a student going to school with a cooking stove frame has gone viral online

- According to a Twitter user, Onyeoma Bold who shared the post, the student was going to use it as a sitting stool

- Many social media users have expressed shock and displeasure at the situation

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A viral photo of a student going to school with a kerosene stove frame to be used as a chair in class has sparked outrage online.

Twitter user, Onyeoma Bold, shared the photo of the student whose back is to the camera as she walks to school.

Nigerians react to photo of student going to school with a stove frame to be used as a chair
The photo of the student has caused outrage on social media. Photo credit: @Bold_Benson/Twitter
Source: Twitter

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He captioned the post:

"While running this morning I saw this child going to school with this as sitting stool, this is 2020 and this can’t be happening!! Pouting face#EndSARS #EndBadGovernanceinNIGERIA"

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Many Nigerians were spotted in the comment section airing their views. Some blamed the government for not doing their job.

See reactions below:

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According to Ifade Olusegun, he went through the same thing in 1992 while in primary school and in 2020 Nigeria is still at the same place.

Another tweep said the country's treasury is under siege.

Meanwhile, as the anti-SARS protest march continues across the nation, many interesting stories have surfaced online.

One of such stories is that of a young boy who was hawking snacks at one of the protest grounds. However, after giving his snacks to some protesters, he refused to collect money from them.

His response after rejecting their money was 'ẹ bawa ṣe kín lè lọ ile iwe' which a Twitter user translated as 'Do it for us so that I can go to school'.

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In other news, today, October 20, is a special day in the life of popular Nigerian singer, David Adeleke as it marks the first year anniversary of when he began a dad for the third time and to a baby boy.

The singer took to his social media pages to celebrate his son, Ifeanyi, who clocked a year old and fans have joined in the online celebration.

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